Ford has officially released the first teaser image of its 100% electrically driven Ford Focus, which is ready to celebrate its public premiere at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. This eco-friendly Focus represents the first of five new electric vehicles scheduled for debut by 2012.

At the event, the all-new Ford Focus Electric will be introduced by the automaker's CEO, Alan Mulally.

According to the latest rumors, the Focus Electric will be capable of traveling 100 miles on a single charge thanks to its set of LG Chem-supplied lithium-polymer batteries. Moreover, the pure-energy vehicle will benefit from Ford's state-of-the-art SYNC technology, MyFord Touch driver connect, Intelligent Access with Push Button Start, Sony Audio with HD Radio as well as Active Park Assist.

The Focus Electric will hit the market in 2012, right after the launch of the Chevy Volt and the Nissan Leaf.