Ford introduces Focus Electric at CES (live blog)

On Friday morning at CES, Alan Mulally delivers his keynote address. CNET will be there live blogging the event.

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Editor's note: This live event has concluded. For a brief rundown of what was announced, including new electric versions of the Ford Focus and an improved version of the MyFord Touch console, check out our summary post here. You can also replay our live blog in the Cover It Live module below.

LAS VEGAS--Ford CEO Alan Mulally will be delivering a keynote address here Friday morning at 11 a.m. Along with talking about past Ford cabin tech innovations such as Sync and MyFord Touch, we expect him to introduce the Ford Focus electric car.

Ford has maintained a presence at CES over the last few years, pushing the idea that car technology is here to stay. At this year's CES, Ford is demonstrating its Sync AppLink technology, which integrates Pandora and OpenBeak apps into the dashboard.

Check back here at 11 a.m. on Friday morning, where we will be live blogging Alan Mulally's keynote speech, covering new announcements from Ford as they happen.

Editors' note: The original, pre-event version of this story was published January 6 at 2 p.m. PT.