Ford increases investment in electric cars
Ford increases investment in electric cars

Ford will spend $ 30 billion on electric cars by 2025. The company said that by 2030, 40% of the world's fleet will be fully electric.

The company develops all-electric versions of the Explorer and Lincoln Aviator.

Two new electric vehicle platforms are also being developed: the first for the full-size pickup and the second for the rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive.

The company previously allocated $ 22 billion to electric cars. In the same context, he announced the goal of achieving all electricity in Europe by 2030.

On the other hand, Ford has also agreed to establish an independent company for its Ford Pro commercial vehicle division.

The company hopes to capitalize on its dominant position by providing more services to its customers as it already accounts for 43% of the commercial vehicles and trucks market.

Ford Plus:

These ads are part of a new business plan from Ford called Ford Plus.

The plan is to build lasting and lasting relationships with customers that will last until the vehicle is purchased.

Ford plans to fully deliver its future cars, and hopes to do so soon.

Ford hopes to have more tunable cars in the air than Tesla by mid-2022

Thanks to vehicles with better connectivity, Ford can provide the following services: More convenient transportation services.

Connected services are also an important part of Ford's commercial vehicle business plan.

For example, the enhanced version of a communications product has 160,000 customers.

Ford Plus is another attempt to rethink the Ford business from a broader perspective.

The centuries-old automaker has spent a lot of time rethinking its business over the past few years.

The former CEO led a major reorganization of the company in 2017.

As a result, this process has led to some decisions, such as: for example, Ford will stop its production activities in Brazil and work with Volkswagen on self-driving cars, electric and commercial vehicles.

According to Ford, 80% of customers choose the extended extended version of the more expensive Mach-E Mustang.

On the flip side, Ford reports that it has collected 70,000 deposits for the all-electric F-150 Lightning vehicle that was announced last week.

The company's announcement comes at a time when major changes have taken place in the automotive industry.

GM hopes to be able to only produce light commercial, zero-emissions vehicles by 2035. More recently, a car and service company called BrightDrop has been established.

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