The Chevy Volt and Tesla Model S electric vehicles are the two most popular cars on the market, but their engines aren’t the only ones to feature technology from the V8 and V10.
And as the U.S. and world automakers continue to work toward a more energy-efficient, fuel-efficient electric car, it looks like the world’s largest engine maker will have more than its fair share of technology from that old engine.
Ford is the biggest automaker in the U, with a portfolio of more than 600 engines.
The company is developing an electric car engine that will power the next-generation Ford Fusion, the company announced in a news release Thursday.
Ford has invested more than $1 billion in its battery research and development arm, and in 2016 invested in lithium-ion batteries.
It is working on batteries that could power the Ford Fusion and the Ford Explorer.
Ford has not revealed how much of its technology will be included in the next Ford Fusion.
The Fusion is currently the only electric car on the road that has a lithium-air battery pack.
The technology could eventually be used in a full-electric vehicle, but for now, Ford is developing its new battery technology as an additive to existing battery technology.
“Today, we are the most advanced company in the world with a world-class battery technology that delivers unparalleled safety, performance, and efficiency for a wide range of vehicle types,” said Ford President of Global Product Development Greg Siegel.
The Fusion’s next-gen battery, dubbed the Advanced High Energy Battery (AHEB), is based on the company’s latest lithium-based batteries.
The AHEB uses a process called supercritical fluid separation to produce lithium that is lighter than graphite and more efficient than carbon.
It has an output of up to 500 kilowatts, enough to power a 500-kilowatt light-duty car.
Ford hopes to use the AHEb in future Fusion vehicles.
Ford also announced a $5 million investment in research and technology at its Michigan campus.
Ford’s research team is developing the next generation of its electric vehicle, the Model 3.
The research will focus on “the next-best way to power vehicles,” Ford said in a statement.
The next-year Model 3 will have a 1.5-liter V6, with an output capacity of 600 horsepower.
Ford will also invest $3 million in research on battery technology for a future version of the Model X SUV, which will feature a smaller 1.6-liter inline-four.
Ford plans to begin producing the Model Y crossover, the next model of the SUV line.
The investment comes at a time when Ford is trying to make the Model S the best car on its market.
The Ford Fusion has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States for more than five years, and the automaker is also pushing the SUV into the next market segment.
The Model S is also the only model to have a 3,000-mile range, and Ford has said it is working to improve the car’s range and performance.
Ford said it has invested in new battery technologies for its electric vehicles, including lithium-manganese and lithium-sulfur batteries, to help it reach its goal of producing a 500 mile range by 2025.