Ford, Daimler to Introduce 12V-Batteries for Electric Cars

Daimlers newest electric car, the Ford Focus Electric, has received an impressive amount of hype and has already been named by Car and Driver as the “new best electric car” by Forbes.

 The car has been receiving some positive attention from tech publications such as Wired, Forbes and Car and Chrome.

While the Focus Electric is only expected to be released later this year, it’s expected to compete against the likes of the Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model S. With this battery, the Focus will be able to provide up to 500kW of power and will be more than able to power a 2WD vehicle at least.

The battery, which has been manufactured by a German company called DWX, is not new.

Daimler’s other electric car in the works is the Daimles D3, which is expected to arrive sometime this year.

It is expected that the D3 will be one of the first cars that the company will introduce to the US market, as the company has been looking to expand its electric car lineup to the United States.

Currently, the D1 is the only electric car available to customers in the United State.

In addition to the D2, D3 and D4, D7, D8, D9 and D10 are also expected to come to the market.

Despite the D7 and D8 being expected to release later this decade, it is unclear if these new electric cars will have the same specs as their diesel cousins.

As such, it could take up to a year for the electric car manufacturers to introduce the next generation of electric cars.

We will keep you updated as more information becomes available.