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DEARBORN, Mich., Dec. 14 (UPI) -- U.S. automaker Ford Motor Co. said Tuesday it would join the hybrid bandwagon with production of a battery-powered Focus at its assembly plant in Wayne, Mich.

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The Michigan Assembly Plant would begin building a battery-powered Focus in 2011. The same plant would also build a separate hybrid vehicle and a plug-in vehicle in 2012, both of those with Focus platforms, the Detroit Free Press reported Tuesday.

With production of a gasoline-powered Focus at the same plant, that adds up to four separate power trains out of the same plant.

"For years, I had this vision of a green Ford Motor Co., but we didn't have the technology before. Now we are electrifying mainstream vehicles", Executive Chairman Bill Ford said.

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DEARBORN Mich. Dec. 14 (UPI) -- U.S. automaker Ford Motor Co. said Tuesday it would join the hybrid bandwagon with production of a battery-powered Focus at its assembly plant in Wayne Mich.

SAVE MONEY ON TRAVEL DEALS

The Michigan Assembly Plant would begin building a battery-powered Focus in 2011. The same plant would also build a separate hybrid vehicle and a plug-in vehicle in 2012 both of those with Focus platforms the Detroit Free Press reported Tuesday.

With production of a gasoline-powered Focus at the same plant that adds up to four separate power trains out of the same plant.

"For years I had this vision of a green Ford Motor Co. but we didn't have the technology before. Now we are electrifying mainstream vehicles" Executive Chairman Bill Ford said.

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DEARBORN, Mich., Dec. 14 (UPI) -- U.S. automaker Ford Motor Co. said Tuesday it would join the hybrid bandwagon with production of a battery-powered Focus at its assembly plant in Wayne, Mich.

SAVE MONEY ON TRAVEL DEALS

The Michigan Assembly Plant would begin building a battery-powered Focus in 2011. The same plant would also build a separate hybrid vehicle and a plug-in vehicle in 2012, both of those with Focus platforms, the Detroit Free Press reported Tuesday.

With production of a gasoline-powered Focus at the same plant, that adds up to four separate power trains out of the same plant.

"For years, I had this vision of a green Ford Motor Co., but we didn't have the technology before. Now we are electrifying mainstream vehicles", Executive Chairman Bill Ford said.

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DEARBORN, Mich., Dec. 14 (UPI) -- U.S. automaker Ford Motor Co. said Tuesday it would join the hybrid bandwagon with production of a battery-powered Focus at its assembly plant in Wayne, Mich.

SAVE MONEY ON TRAVEL DEALS

The Michigan Assembly Plant would begin building a battery-powered Focus in 2011. The same plant would also build a separate hybrid vehicle and a plug-in vehicle in 2012, both of those with Focus platforms, the Detroit Free Press reported Tuesday.

With production of a gasoline-powered Focus at the same plant, that adds up to four separate power trains out of the same plant.

"For years, I had this vision of a green Ford Motor Co., but we didn't have the technology before. Now we are electrifying mainstream vehicles", Executive Chairman Bill Ford said.

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DEARBORN Mich. Dec. 14 (UPI) -- U.S. automaker Ford Motor Co. said Tuesday it would join the hybrid bandwagon with production of a battery-powered Focus at its assembly plant in Wayne Mich.

SAVE MONEY ON TRAVEL DEALS

The Michigan Assembly Plant would begin building a battery-powered Focus in 2011. The same plant would also build a separate hybrid vehicle and a plug-in vehicle in 2012 both of those with Focus platforms the Detroit Free Press reported Tuesday.

With production of a gasoline-powered Focus at the same plant that adds up to four separate power trains out of the same plant.

"For years I had this vision of a green Ford Motor Co. but we didn't have the technology before. Now we are electrifying mainstream vehicles" Executive Chairman Bill Ford said.

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Egypt cuts access to Internet

British unions discuss strategy

Schumer says GOP would privatize SoSec

Obama's Irish heritage celebrated

Kim named son reluctantly brother says

Pence: No presidential bid in 2012

Violent protests continue to grip Egypt

ANC appeals for calm over Mandela's health

Yemenis protest against government

Top Obama YouTube questions: Legalize pot

Police say 15-year-old Elizabeth Ennen strangled

Tunisia seeks arrest of ex-president

U.S. offers support in Tunisia elections

Libertarians call Obama GOP hypocrites

Unions: Trade deals can threaten jobs

Early polls give Obama speech thumbs up

Obama: Government spending unsustainable

Parties mix on State of the Union night

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