Ford is dead serious in establishing its “car cred” as a domestic alternative to fuel-efficient vehicles usually attributed to the foreign makes.
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Ford's newest hybrid system will look to use lithium-ion batteries, replacing the heavier, bigger, and more expensive nickel-metal-hydride batteries.