Ford drops Smith Electric Vehicles U.S., picks up Azure Dynamics as EV partner

Ford Motor Company recently announced it will be introducing its Transit Connect electric commercial vans to the U.S. and Canadian markets in 2010 in collaboration with Azure Dynamics – a U.S. developer of electric drivetrains. Ford had previously been using drivetrain technologies developed by Smit...

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