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Ford Focus Electric Production Begins in Europe; First European-Built Fully-Electric Ford Vehicle Rolls off the Line
SAARLOUIS, Germany, June 12, 2013 – Ford Motor Company today began a new chapter in its vehicle manufacturing history with the start of production of the all-new Focus Electric – the first full-electric vehicle to be built by Ford in Europe – in Saarlouis, Germany.
Ford Giving Away the Keys to a 2012 Focus Titanium During This Year’s BET AWARDS Airing Sunday, June 26
As Hip-Hop and R&B music enthusiasts patiently wait for the “BET AWARDS 11″ to air, Ford has kicked off a sweepstakes that will award one lucky viewer the keys to a 2012 Ford Focus Titanium as part of The BET AWARDS Ford Focus Sweepstakes. The sweepstakes, which kicked off late last week, ends at 8 p.m. EST on Sunday, June 26, and incorporates the use of Twitter as part of the final qualification process.
FOCUS RECOGNIZED BY KELLEY BLUE BOOK’S KBB.COM AS ONE OF ‘TOP TEN COOLEST NEW CARS UNDER $18,000’
Editors of Kelley Blue Book’s kbb.com today named the 2008 Ford Focus one of the “Top Ten Coolest New Cars Under $18,000.” It is the fourth consecutive year that a Ford has been recognized with the honor and the fourth year that the Focus has made the list.
Tough lifestyles need a tough truck; Ford Focus is the best-selling car in the world according to Polk; Ford F-150 SVT Raptor gets a Special Edition; Ford wins 2013 INFORMS Prize; Fusion out sailing the seas with Tom Joyner
There’s a new king of the hot-hatch hill in Europe. Taking on contenders like the Volkswagen GTI on their home ground, the Ford Focus ST became the best-selling car in its class during the final quarter of 2012. Now it’s looking to extend that streak further—and that includes geographically
Agent of change: Ford empowers women in rural India; Ford tops again with U.S. News & World Report; Ford Fusion marks best February sales ever; Ford Focus ST, now Europe’s top-selling hatch
By this spring, some 900 Ford dealers across the country will be certified to sell the company’s new electric vehicles, about three times the number that Ford had been expecting at that point in time. Needless to say, that should help energize Ford EV sales—which set yet another new record in January—and so should the latest news from NHTSA .
At first glance, Ford’s 2.0-liter EcoBoost I4 engine might not seem to have much in common with its monster 5.8-liter V8.