In addition to EcoBoost, our family of new gasoline turbocharged direct-injection engines - and as part of our near- and mid-term plans - we will introduce a portfolio of technologies to achieve even greater fuel savings and emissions reductions. They include:
The fuel savings will grow during the mid-term - between 2012 and 2020 - as weight reductions become a critical focus of our plan. Targeted vehicle weight reductions will range from 113 to 340 kilograms (250 to 750 pounds), depending on the segment.
The best partof These near-term advancements continue to materialise for millions of customers in high-quality products they want and value, without compromising their expectations of safety, quality, interior room, or performance.
Ford's commitment to sustainability and reduced dependence on fossil fuels means the company will continue to deliver products capable of running on renewable fuels such as bio-diesel and ethanol. Ford has more than five million flexible fuel vehicles (FFVs) on the roads today globally.
We currently offer a total of 14 flexible fuel vehicle models in various markets globally. We also continue to support the development of cellulosic bio-fuels, which in the long-term promise up to 90 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
Ford's sustainability plan calls for adding more diesel engines to more products in more markets. By the end of the decade, Ford's large sport utility vehicles and best-selling F-Series will be available with a new mid-displacement clean diesel engine.
In Europe, Ford soon will begin rolling out its ECOnetic range of
ultra-low CO2 models that cleverly use affordable, conventional
technology to deliver superb CO2 performance and fuel economy. The
first vehicle will be the Ford Focus ECOnetic, followed by ECOnetic
versions of the Mondeo and Ford's all new B-car in 2008.
Ford's sustainability plan also calls for aggressive development of breakthrough technologies, such as plug-in hybrid electric and fuel cell vehicles to ramp up to greater volumes once the technology challenges can be overcome.
Ford is moving ahead with a range of technology solutions simultaneously, including hydrogen fuel cells and hydrogen-fueled internal combustion engines. Ford began working on hydrogen technology in the early 1990s. Ford's first hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, released in 2001, was used to develop its first hydrogen-powered internal combustion engine.
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