After unveiling the 2012 Ford Focus Electric at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas two days ago, the Blue Oval has also published a video which offers a short presentation of their zero-emissions hatch.
We get to see static and dynamic scenes with the 2012 Ford Focus Electric, as well as a footage with the interior.
The 2012 Ford Focus Electric uses a 100 kW motor and a lithium-ion battery pack which are able to generate a total of 123 horsepower and 181 lb-ft of torque, and even thought it was not officially specified yet, the car’s range between recharges is expected to be 100 miles.
At the interior the 2012 Ford Focus Electric makes use of recycled materials, plus it features a push button engine stop/start system, an audio system from Sony, a special version of the MyFord Touch driver connect technology and the EcoGiude instrument cluster which uses butterflies to indicate the vehicle’s charge level.
Watch the Ford Focus Electric video after the jump.
Ford Focus Electric video :