Ford turned to Facebook this week to tease an electric version of its upcoming Focus. The picture, posted on Ford’s electric car page, shows the socket used to charge the vehicle as well as the word electric inscribed in the door.
Right now, all that’s known about the Focus EV is that it will use a lithium-ion battery that could give the vehicle a 100 mile range. Ford said it plans to sell the Focus EV in fourteen states and Washington D.C. — a decision contingent on electric charging infrastructure.
The Focus EV will become the second electric vehicle in Ford’s electric lineup alongside the Transit Connect EV. More details about the Focus EV will be revealed on Friday, January 7 during Alan Mulally’s keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Source: The Detroit Bureau