The Ford Eltec is a concept car that was built in 1985.
The name for this concept comes from 'Electronic Technology' and was built to demonstrate the practical advantages of using modern electronics in a family car. A number of novel features were controlled by microprocessors such as ionisation feedback, intake port, variable geometry induction and an electronic throttle.
The Eltec was a three-door hatchback with front-wheel drive and a continuously variable multi-speed gearbox. The 1.3-litre engine produced around 87 hp.