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Ford Secures Batteries to Build 600,000 EVs a Year by 2023

July 21, 2022

Via: Transport Topics

Ford Motor Co. has secured enough battery supply to build more than half a million electric vehicles annually by late next year, a quantum leap above the 27,140 battery-powered cars it sold in the U.S. last year. The automaker has […]


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Ford to Cut 1,400 US Salaried Jobs in Reorganization

September 2, 2020

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Ford Motor Co. is cutting about 5% of its U.S. salaried workers as part of a sweeping reorganization, which could include layoffs, in a move to help the automaker reverse its declining fortunes. The automaker is offering its white-collar workers […]


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Self-Driving Startup Argo Completes $2.6 Billion Tie-Up With VW

June 2, 2020

Via: Transport Topics

Argo AI, the self-driving startup tightly aligned with Ford Motor Co., completed an expected tie-up with Volkswagen AG involving a $2.6 billion investment from the German automaker. VW’s investment includes a $1 billion cash infusion and the folding of its […]


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Automakers Will Need Months to Restart Factories

April 15, 2020

Via: Transport Topics

Automakers are anxious to get their assembly lines rolling again, especially since leaving factories idle is costing them billions of dollars by the week. But the experience many of them have had in China illustrates just how long a slog […]


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Ford Puts Iconic Mustang Name on First Electric Crossover

November 15, 2019

Via: Transport Topics

Ford Motor Co., which pioneered the racy pony-car body style 55 years ago, will use the Mustang name and insignia on an electric crossover utility vehicle coming next year. The automaker said it is expanding the Mustang stable for the […]


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Ford Partners With Amazon to Enable Package Deliveries

April 30, 2019

Via: Transport Topics

Ford Motor Co. is the latest automaker opening its vehicles’ trunks to Amazon.com., entering a partnership to enable delivery of packages directly to millions of Ford and Lincoln models. Ford follows General Motors Co. and Volvo Cars in joining with […]