|Ford group vice president Derrick Kuzak discusses Ford’s Focus electric, which had no sales in February and March.|
The Detroit News - Autos Insider by David Shepardson
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Electric vehicle sales have been slow out of the box, despite marketing hype, government incentives and the hopes of green car advocates.
Total sales last year were 17,425, which is less than 0.1 percent of the U.S. car and light truck market.
Nonetheless, automakers show no signs of pulling back their multibillion-dollar bets: They need electric cars to meet tough new fuel-efficiency standards. About a dozen new plug-ins and fully electric cars will go on sale in the next year. MORE........................