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Ford Delivers Fleet of Hydrogen Focus Fuel-Cell Vehicles to Florida

September 27, 2005

ORLANDO, FL — Ford Motor Company handed over the keys to five hybrid hydrogen Ford Focus fuel-cell vehicles as part of a five-city, 30-car program to conduct real-world testing of fuel-cell technology. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will get three vehicles and Progress Energy will receive the other two. The Ford Focus fuel-cell vehicle (FCV) is one of the industry’s first hybridized fuel-cell vehicles that combines the improved range and performance of hybrid technology with the overall benefits of a fuel cell. Ford is actively engaged in the development of four future alternatives to today’s gasoline engines, including clean diesels, gasoline-electric hybrids, hydrogen internal combustion engines (H2ICE), and hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles (FCV).
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