Oakville, Ontario – Ford will unveil its all-new Ford Focus Electric at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto, along with a number of other vehicles including the all-new C-Max and Explorer.

The Focus Electric is the first fuel-free rechargeable passenger car from Ford and the flagship of the company’s growing fleet of hybrid, plug-in hybrid and all-electric vehicles that will come to North America and Europe by 2013. It uses an advanced lithium-ion battery system engineered by Ford in cooperation with supplier LG Chem and will charge completely in three to four hours with a 240-volt charge station.

The company will also present the regional debut of the C-Max seven-seat compact vehicle, all-new 2012 Ford Focus, 2012 Mustang Boss 302, and redesigned 2011 Ford Explorer.

Connect with Autos.ca