WAYNE, MI – Ford Motor Co. reveals its Michigan Assembly plant here will be home to the all-electric Focus C-car, slated for production beginning in 2011. Ford President and CEO Alan Mulally contends the Focus electric-vehicle likely will be the first volume EV to hit the U.S. market. “A lot of companies are working on them, but on a smaller scale and maybe not for the mass market,” he says. “And there are a lot of technology demonstrators out there that people are doing research with. ...
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