Ford Focuses on Choice With Electric Cars
Jan 29th 2013 3:00PM
Updated Jan 29th 2013 3:55PM
Electric and hybrid vehicles made a lot of news at this month's International CES in Las Vegas and the big auto show in Detroit.
Nissan'sÂ LEAF and General Motors' Chevy Volt have delivered more electric vehicles than anyone else, despite somewhat disappointing sales figures. Other major automakers are hoping to catch up, and there's reason for optimism: While it took eight years for the category to reach a 2% market share in the U.S., since October of 2011 that figure has almost doubled.
At CES, Motley Fool analyst Rex Moore was able to chat with Ford's Mike Tinskey about all things electric. In part two of this video series, Tinskey talks about his company's electrified product line, and how these vehicles differ from the competition.
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