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Ford’s Ed Pleet gives us a video demo of Ford’s new mobile app, MyFord Mobile, that will help drivers remotely manage energy consumption in the upcoming Ford Focus Electric vehicle. The software allows users to remotely monitor the car’s battery and plan trips around recharging stations.

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Ford launched a new mobile app at CES earlier this year to help drivers remotely manage energy consumption in the automaker’s upcoming Ford Focus Electric vehicle. The software, called MyFord Mobile, allows users to remotely monitor the car’s battery level and to plan trips with recharging stations in mind. Ford’s Ed Pleet gives us a little video demo of what MyFord Mobile users can expect:

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