At CES in January, Ford threw down its "Smart Mobility Plan" to make transport easier using a combination of cars and electric bikes. Today at MWC, it just revealed the actual "bike" part of that with two new employee-designed prototypes. The foldable MoDe:Me for commuters was built in conjunction with Dahon, while the bigger MoDe:Pro -- built by an in-house team -- is aimed at bike couriers and delivery services. Both come with 200-watt motors and 9-amp-hour batteries that deliver pedal-aided speeds of up to 25 km/h (16 mph). Ford also revealed how you can use them along with cars and public transport to commute quicker using its iPhone 6-compatible MoDe:Link app.