Ford has bought several automotive companies that manufacture electric cars.
These include the Swedish company iFlex, which makes car batteries for electric vehicles, and the US-based Tesla Motors, which manufactures batteries for EVs.
In 2015, Ford bought the Swedish car maker MEC (Musk Electric Car) for $4.2 billion.
Now the company says it has purchased a lot more car accessories companies in the past year.
The company acquired a company called Haptex in August, and now it has an affiliate of the same name.
The HaptEX brand is a car battery supplier that manufactures batteries that can be used in Tesla’s Model S electric car.
It also manufactures car batteries used in the electric cars of other automakers.
The new Haptax car battery company has been operating since March of this year, according to a post on its website.
The brand’s website now lists four new products: a lithium-ion battery for Model S that can store a 1,200-mile range, a rechargeable lithium-polymer battery that can hold 1,400 miles of battery power, a lithium ion battery pack for the Model X SUV, and a lithium polymer battery pack that can power a Tesla Model 3 electric car at a range of over 100 miles.
The battery pack is said to be an upgrade over the battery packs used in Ford’s existing electric cars, which were designed to have batteries designed to last longer and last longer.
The batteries will be shipped to the Tesla factory in Fremont, California, where they will be manufactured by a partner company, the company announced.
The first of these products will be the new Hausprauss batteries, which will be used for the Tesla Model S sedan, according a post in the Haptix blog.
The second product is a lithium polymer battery pack, and is the Tesla P100 battery, which can store up to 100 miles of energy in the battery pack.
Tesla said the new products will come to the US, and will be sold at an unspecified price.