That range will include a compact SUV but speaking at a function in Silicon Valley, California a few days ago, Ford CEO Mark Fields reiterated the Ford electric range will have a variety of body styles and will tackle a number of market segments.
And word on the street is Ford is looking to follow Hyundai’s Ioniq which is sold as a hybrid, plg-in hybrid or fully electric vehicle.
In all some 13 new Ford models will launch over the next five years with either full or partial electric propulsion.
The first Ford Model E - a family sedan - is slated for launch in 2019 and offer a range between battery re-charges of 320kms.
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