NEW YORK – Ford will tap into Yahoo's audience of 170 million online users to jump-start sales of the Focus electric vehicle that goes on sale in the year’s second quarter. Ten electric Focus cars are being tested by select fleets, and the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, MI, will start shipping retail units to dealers in mid-June, says John Felice, general manager-Ford and Lincoln marketing. Felice declines to forecast retail deliveries, but says they will eclipse ...

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