The 2012 Ford Focus Electric is going racing.
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The days of buying a brand-new vehicle with a down payment of a week's worth of pay have gone by the wayside with such things like Tab soda, shell necklaces, and Shrinky Dinks.
Did you ever wonder why you had to put 91-octane fuel in your car when the 87-octane stuff is 20 cents cheaper per gallon?
At the 2012 Detroit Auto Show in January, Ford will pull the wraps off the first vehicles that could legitimately give the all-conquering Toyota Prius a run for its money.