Automakers hate the term “compliance car,” but California and several other states have forced automakers’ hands in creating these electrified Frankenmobiles. Enter the 2018 Ford Focus Electric. From the outside and in the cabin, it looks and feels just like a normal Focus, but pop the hood, and you will find an electric motor. Everything seems well and good until you pop the hatch and expose its compliance car flaw: shoehorned-in batteries that gobble up cargo room. Despite its obvious flaws, the Focus Electric remains a competitive model in the EV space.