The 2011 Ford Focus Electric is Ford's first all-electric and zero CO2 emissions passenger car that will hit the following markets: Austin and Houston, Atlanta, Texas, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, denver, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, New York, Orlando, Phoenix and Tucson, Seattle and Washington, D.C.
Mark Fields, President of the Americas, Ford Motor Company stated that Ford's intentions were to build an all-electric vehicle based on the excitement and enthusiasm for Focus Electric across America. Furthermore, Ford will contribute to the development of consumer's education regarding electric vehicles and will share information on charging needs in order to make sure that the electrical grid can support customers' needs. The Focus Electric will appear on the markets at the end of 2011 after having been built at the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne. The adoption of electric vehicles is currently under development by Ford in partnership with local utilities and government agencies. Ford's electrification outreach includes the "Charging Into the Future: The Ford Electric Vehicle Tour", promoting a consumers education concerning the expectations from electrified vehicles and what it takes to support this technology. Ford's electrification strategy further integrates the most fuel-efficient powertrains and the most technically competent hybrids that develop consumers' affordable choices.
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