Ford is rolling out a new, faster version of the Explorer that will run on battery power alone.
The new Explorer will be available this summer, and the company is hoping it will make its way into the U.S. market in the fall.
The Explorer, which will be powered by a new Ford Fusion Hybrid, has been designed to get a higher percentage of the city’s driving trips made in electric mode, according to the company.
The company is using the Fusion Hybrid’s battery pack as a charging port, instead of an electrical outlet.
The car can run up to 50 miles on a single charge.
In fact, Ford says it is charging up to 60 miles per hour from a Fusion Hybrid battery pack, with a max range of 200 miles.
In the test, the new Explorer was able to get 60 miles on the highway, which is impressive considering the new Ford SUV and pickup are not nearly as fast as the 2012 Explorer.
The vehicle can also cruise up to 30 miles per charge.
The Fusion Hybrid can be purchased starting at $37,500 and is expected to be available in late summer or early fall.
Ford’s new electric vehicle is also designed to have a longer range than the original.
The SUV will be able to travel more than 100 miles on battery alone, which could allow Ford to sell it for more than the $60,000 price tag that the original Explorer cost.
Ford also announced a new plug-in hybrid model, the Fusion S, that will be offered starting in 2020.
The hybrid, which has a range of between 60 and 100 miles, is expected in early 2020.
Ford says the Fusion hybrid’s electric range will be around 200 miles, which sounds like a lot, especially if you have a long commute to work.
In a press release, Ford said the new Fusion hybrid will be “the most fuel-efficient and fuel-economy-friendly hybrid ever made.”