The Ford Focus Electric is not a well-known car in the "eco-enthusiast" world but the U.S.-based manufacturer Ford hopes to change those coordinated with a substantial $6,000 USD price reduction. The Focus Electric will cost $29,995 USD and it will have a price very attractive judging by the fact that the Nissan Leaf cost $29,860 USD. 

Even though the car is more affordable than the predecessor, the 2015 Ford Focus Electric comes with a rear-view camera, a perimeter alarm and HD radio. In addition, the model comes with SYNC, MyKey and a leather-wrapped parking brake lever. 

Under the hood is a 23 kWh lithium-ion battery that powers an electric motor rated at 143 horsepower and 250 Nm peak of torque. As a result, the car can reach to 135 km/h (83 mph) and returns 110 MPGe city / 99 MPGe highway / 105 MPGe combined.