Saturday, December 25, 2010

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Drive Connected

Hands-free entertainment, communications and more.

SYNC® with MyFord Touch™
Revolutionizing the way you interact with your vehicle.

Navigation System with Sirius™
More than music, it's info you can use.

Ford Work Solutions™
Make your vehicle an office on wheels.

Smart Performance

All-Electric Vehicle
Go green. Go gas-free.

The EcoBoost™ Engine
Power plus fuel economy.

Hybrid Electric Vehicle
Most efficient combination of gas and electric.

Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle
Plug-in capability gives this hybrid better efficiency.

Latest Gasoline Technology
Variable timing adds power and efficiency.

Best-in-class torque and fuel economy.*

Safe and Secure

SecuriCode™ Keyless Entry
Get in and get started without fumbling for keys.

Terrain Management System™
Get the most out of your four-wheel drive.

Trailer Sway Control
What you're pulling won't pull you.

Inflatable Rear Safety Belts*
A breakthrough in safety and comfort.

It keeps an eye on teenage drivers when you're not there.

Drive Assured

BLIS® with Cross-Traffic Alert
It keeps an eye on your blind spots.

Active Park Assist
Hands-free and hassle-free parallel parking.

Adaptive Cruise Control
Plus the assurance of Collision Warning.

Style and Convenience

Capless Fuel Filler
Filling up just got easier.

Ambient Lighting
Set the brightness. Choose the color. Create the mood.

Choose from 125 cool colors.

Sony® Audio with HD Radio™
More clarity. More channels. More enjoyment.

And the point for green Ford technology is announces Hybrid Car Battery Partner

"Ford ... entered into a partnership with battery producer Johnson Controls-Saft to develop advanced lithium-ion battery system ...  seven regional electric utility partners are joining Ford and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) to conduct real-world tests on an expanding fleet of Ford Escape PHEVs."

" ... partnerships will help Ford accelerate its electrification strategy, including bringing a full battery electric vehicle (BEV) van to market in 2010 for commercial use, a small BEV sedan developed jointly with Magna International by 2011 and a PHEV by 2012."

" ... battery system that Johnson Controls-Saft is designing and manufacturing ...  the cells will be produced at the supplier's production facility in France, but the system will be assembled in the United States. The five-year supply agreement includes delivery for committed production in 2012 with a target of at least 5,000 units per year."

Source: Ford Official site and other

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