Ford revealed two-generation hybrid vehicles in the North American International Auto Show. Two generations it is a Ford C-MAX Hybrid and the Ford C-MAX Energy. Each will offer high mileage and low emissions as well as a distinctive body design and a flexible interior. Plug-in hybrid and full hybrid use of third-generation Ford's global C-car platform, architecture powersplit recognized, feature generation driver information, and advanced lithium-ion battery system. The C-MAX Energy and C-MAX Hybrid will be perfect for families looking to maximize the experience of hybrid cars.
2013 Ford C-MAX Hybrid is targeted to deliver the most fuel-efficient sedan in America today. It builds on the success of the critically acclaimed architecture powersplit Ford used in current hybrids, allowing it to operate in fuel-saving electric mode beyond 47 mph.
2013 Ford C-MAX Hybrid and C-MAX Energy will use a system of advanced lithium-ion batteries developed and assembled at home by Ford in Michigan. Any intelligent system designed to maximize the use of common, high-quality components, such as control board hardware that has proven field performance at Ford, critically acclaimed hybrid vehicles. Li-ion battery packs offer a number of advantages over nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH) batteries that power hybrid vehicles these days.
2013 Ford C-MAX Hybrid offers features MyFord Mobile enables secure access to the Ford website and smartphone / feature phone applications to get instant status vehicle information, perform key functions remotely, monitor the state of the car and the cost of the current range, get a warning when the vehicle requires a range including charging, long-distance program settings and vehicle data downloaded for analysis. This feature also allows the owner to program the vehicle to use electricity from the grid to heat or cool the battery and cabin while plugged in.