Ford wants to produce 600,000 electric cars a year starting from 2023
“We’re approaching it like we did building ventilators & PPE for Covid. Whatever it takes, find a way. And it’s working.” wrote Farley.
- Rival Lucid Motors surpassed the autonomy of Tesla cars
- Tesla collects 285,000 cars upon detection of collision risk
- Elon Musk: Tesla Autopilot remains safer to drive than any human
- Apple car only starts to be produced in 2024
About Ford’s presence in the electric segment, the executive also noted that the Mustang Mach-E is for sale on three continents and that the F-150 Lightning pickup truck has more than 160,000 reserves.
Ford is also working on E-Transit and expects it to be “very popular in Europe and North America”.
Our current EV lineup is wildly popular.
Our job now is to meet the demand.
— Jim Farley (@jimfarley98) November 18, 2021