EVWorld Video: Fuel Cell Ford Focus
By EV World
This exclusive EV World video is one minute in length and takes you along for a ride in the future of automotive transportation. Powered by hydrogen, the fuel cell Ford Focus offers all the amenities and performance of a conventional gasoline-powered Focus, but produces water vapor as its only emission.
The car was part of the Ride&Drive held during EnV 2001 in Southfield, Michigan, June 11-13, 2001 on the campus of Lawrence Technical University. The car is part of Ford¹s Th!nk Technology program to develop advanced fuel cell and electric-drive technology. The video was shot on a Sony digital video camera and edited on a Apple Macintosh G-4 computer using Final Cut Pro version 1.1.
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