DEARBORN, MI – At a preview here combining imminent new technical advances with a look at upcoming new models, Ford Motor Co. says it will sell for the’03 model year a Partial Zero-Emissions Vehicle (PZEV)-compliant version of its Focus subcompact car. The PZEV nomenclature comes from the California Air Resources Board (CARB), which devised PZEV as a reward and acknowledgement for auto makers that sell conventionally powered vehicles with drastically reduced emissions levels. Models that ...
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