Sunday, 22 September 2013

2013 Ford

2013 Ford C-MAX Hybrid

2013 Ford C-MAX Hybrid

2013 Ford C-MAX Hybrid

2013 Ford C-MAX Hybrid

Ford C-MAX Hybrid will use advanced lithium-ion battery systems developed and assembled in-house by Ford in Michigan. Each system is smartly designed to maximize use of common, high-quality components, such as control board hardware that has proven field performance in Ford’s current, critically acclaimed hybrid vehicles.
Li-ion battery packs offer a number of advantages over the nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH) batteries that power today’s hybrid vehicles. In general, they are 25 to 30 percent smaller and 50 percent lighter, which makes them easier to package in a vehicle, and can be tuned to increase power to boost acceleration or to increase energy to extend driving distance.

Total Pageviews

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...