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Ford announces the introduction on the market of the new Focus with the 1.0 EcoBoost Mild-Hybrid engine for greater efficiency and can be ordered, right now, throughout Europe. Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost Hybrid is equipped with 48-volt… Continue reading

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The Mustang Mach-E electric SUV can charge an average of 119 km at just 10 minutes when using an IONITY charging station. In contrast to the data simulated tests, the actual test shows that the Mustang Mach-E achieved on average 26 km (… Continue reading

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Ford Performance is launching a truly unique all-electric drag racer: Ford Mustang Cobra Jet with more than 1400 hp and a top speed of more than 270 km / h. Mustang Cobra Jet electric car delivers a torque of almost… Continue reading

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Ford unveiled the new Mustang Mach-E to the European public for the first time today at the “Go Electric” event in London. With the European Roadshow, Ford wants to inform consumers about the path to an electrified future. In addition, 1,000 charging… Continue reading

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Ford is launching a large 7-seater SUV in France, with a 457 hp rechargeable hybrid engine. The price seems high but is well placed compared to equivalent models. At Ford, 2020 is the year of the SUV. Three new products will arrive in dealerships: the "small… Continue reading

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The manufacturer's biggest SUV on the European market, the Ford Explorer PHEV is a very big car. At 5.05 m long, 2.28 m wide and 1.78 m high, it receives a hybrid powertrain at the height of its dimensions. Under the hood, there is a gasoline V6 3.0 l joined… Continue reading

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Until a few months ago, Rivian was unknown to the general public. Headquartered in Michigan, the Michigan-based company was first established in 2009 but was not acknowledged until last November's Los Angeles Motor Show, when it introduced the… Continue reading

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America’s most popular pickup will soon be powered by electricity. The creators are releasing an upgraded version of the F-150 pickup. According to the company's president, Jim Farley, an electric pickup is ideal for customers with the… Continue reading