Thursday, July 29, 2010

Ford Focus RS Hybrid - Powered By Electric Motor With High Torque

Ford Focus RS Hybrid
The next generation Ford Focus RS will be a hybrid. The Ford Focus RS hybrid is expected to be powered by a 2.0-liter gasoline turbo EcoBoost engine developed about 250 horsepower to the front wheels. The rear wheels of the Ford Focus RS Hybrid will be powered by an electric motor with a high torque output. This means the next generation Ford Focus RS Hybrid will also be all-wheel-drive.
Ford Focus RS Hybrid Cars

The name of the future Ford Focus RS hybrid is still undecided, but also opportunities XR, SVT and ST. Senior sources inside Ford have now begun to assemble a hybrid powertrain for the new Ford Focus RS.
However, the overall performance of future generation hybrid Ford Focus RS should be significantly higher than the current version. Another problem is that the Ford Focus RS is a hybrid battery engineers have had to find a place for her, and added to the weight of the car.
2011 Ford Focus RS Hybrid

Our sources believe the Ford Focus RS Hybrid will match the performance figures of the current RS500, but it will do it with less fuel and CO2 emissions. Another option for the Ford Focus RS hybrid drive is the device of the current Ford Fusion with a 2.5L engine and an electric motor which has used the development of a total of 191 horsepower. Of course, the engineers in the performance of this drive train prior to installation in the Ford Focus RS Hybrid. We'll have more details available on Ford Focus RS Hybrid.
Ford Focus RS Hybrid Photos
Ford Focus RS Hybrid Pictures

Ford Focus RS Hybrid Electric Cars


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