Stretching a Gallon for 100 Miles
Ford’s plug-in Hybrid is said to be the most fuel-efficient midsize car in the world, capable of getting the equivalent of over 100 miles per gallon. The car can be charged at either a 120-volt outlet or a 240-volt outlet equipped for supplying electric vehicles, and its charging schedule can be programmed using a smart-phone monitoring app.
Product: Fusion Energi
Availability: Fall 2012
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