You might not have noticed it on your car’s dashboard or in the rear view mirror, but you’re also getting an interior that will change your life.
Ford has unveiled the Flex Fit, a new concept that uses an open-ended design to create an open platform that fits in any garage.
The Flex Fit uses an innovative open-end design to achieve a level of comfort and freedom.
Ford says the Flex is a “complete package” that offers a host of safety features and conveniences like automatic climate control and Bluetooth technology.
It’s not a bad idea, but there’s more to it than that, said Ford CEO Mark Fields.
Flex Fit opens the door to a whole new world of mobility.
Ford says the product will help customers “make a better, healthier life” while driving.
Ford’s Flex Fit is a complete package that offers features and amenities like automatic control of climate, air conditioning and lighting.
The vehicle is powered by an electric motor that uses the Flex’s engine as an inverter.
The car has a range of about 60 kilometres (about 40 miles) and can go about 250 kilometres (155 miles) on a single charge.
The first generation of the Flex was launched in 2016.
The company has since rolled out a second model and it is expected to go on sale in 2020.
It may be a little too early to get excited about a new product, said Mark Fields, Ford CEO.
The Flex is designed to work in any vehicle with a battery pack, including trucks, SUVs, sport utility vehicles and some light commercial vehicles. “
It will be a challenge, to be sure, to keep pace with the technology, to continue to innovate, and to take advantage of the fact that we have a vehicle that can be a fully electric vehicle for an extended period of time.”
The Flex is designed to work in any vehicle with a battery pack, including trucks, SUVs, sport utility vehicles and some light commercial vehicles.
It can also be used as a commuter vehicle, which means the car is designed for long distance trips.
The automaker says the vehicle can go over 200 kilometres (120 miles) without using the battery.
Ford expects the Flex to be available in 20 countries, and it has plans to offer it in the US in 2021.
Ford also says that its Flex will be available on more than 100,000 vehicles worldwide.
The company says it has developed an “unrivaled level of design, engineering and manufacturing capability” to create the vehicle, and has achieved “the highest level of vehicle design quality and performance.”