The lucky people who are able to attend the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland, happening right now, are among the first people worldwide who get to drive the brand-new Ford Focus Electric. The Focus Electric is the first completely electric-powered vehicle from Ford who plans on producing an entire family of electric vehicles in the years to come.
Stephen Odell, Ford of Europe’s CEO, told media during the Geneva Motor Show, “We believe that experiencing the responsive performance and agility of the new Focus Electric will add to the excitement customers are already feeling about this very viable and cost-effective car.”
The Focus’ 23kWh lithium-ion battery pack can be charged in 3-4 hours from a car-charging outlet and will give power to the electric motors for about 100 miles. The Focus Electric will also be equipped with Ford’s high-tech infotainment system called the SYNC. This system will be specially enhanced for Focus Electric drivers to have an even better driving experience.
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