Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Ford is a little behind

Ford envisions its company could utilize technological breakthroughs in battery technology not yet invented in order to bring a plug-in hybrid Ford to the market within 5-10 years.

Mulally said the rollout of Ford plug-in hybrids is dependent on advancements to lithium ion batteries that will be charged by the car's owners using regular household electrical outlets.

Consumers have been waiting a long time for an automaker to offer the next generation of ultra-fuel-efficient, gasoline-optional cars

Which is why another company already did it.

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