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2017 Ford Focus Electric teased, will have a new DC fast-charge system
Ford has announced plans to invest $4.5 billion in electrified vehicle solutions by 2020.
Dec 10, 2015
2015 Ford Focus Electric gets a $6,000 price cut
The Focus Electric is barely a blip on the automotive radar but Ford is hoping to change that with a substantial $6,000 price reduction.
Oct 21, 2014
2014 Ford Focus Electric to receive massive 4,000 USD price cut - report
It is believed Ford will be slashing no less than 4,000 USD from the Focus Electric's price tag for the 2014 model year.
Jul 11, 2013
Ford announces Focus Electric launch details (US)
Set to arrive at dealerships this spring, the Focus Electric will initially be offered in California, New York and New Jersey.
May 01, 2012
Ford Focus Electric officially rated at 105 MPGe combined
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has officially rated the Ford Focus Electric at 110 MPGe city / 99 MPGe highway / 105 MPGe combined.
Mar 02, 2012
2012 Ford Focus Electric first to achieve 100 MPGe
The 2012 Focus Electric is the first all-electric vehicle with seating for five to achieve a 100 miles per gallon equivalent (MPGe) fuel efficiency rating. This beats out rivals such as the Nissan Leaf with 99 MPGe and the Chevrolet Volt's 93 MPGe.
Dec 14, 2011
2012 Ford Focus Electric priced at $39,200 - now available for order (U.S.)
Focus Electric can be ordered online and comes virtually fully-equipped. It is currently available in 19 urban markets in the United States.
Nov 03, 2011
Ford CEO Alan Mulally touts electric Focus on Letterman [video]
Ford's chief makes an appearance on a late night talk show - an unsual move for an automotive industry CEO.
Aug 04, 2011
2012 Ford Focus Electric revealed [video]
After months of teasing, Ford has officially unveiled the 2012 Focus Electric at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Jan 07, 2011
Ford Focus EV launch markets announced (US)
Ford has announced new details about the 2012 Focus Electric. It will be launched late next year and will be available in 19 markets.
Nov 16, 2010
Ford Gets $5.9 Billion in U.S. Aid; Nissan and Tesla take $2.1 billion in loans
Ford Motor Company will accept $5.9 billion in loans as part of an Energy Department program to spur development of fuel efficient vehicles. Nissan will also receive $1.6 billion, and Tesla will take $465 million.
Jun 24, 2009
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