EVs advance at Ford

Sales of electric vehicles at Ford have advanced by 68 percent over 2022 levels, which proves that the market for juiced transportation choices does indeed exist. To that end, Ford is taking major steps to ensure that growing demand can be met. The assembly plant in Kansas City, Missouri, recently added a third shift to accommodate buyer’s wishes in selecting the Transit and E-Transit vans, which already lead the global market in their respective categories. The E-Transit will join other Ford EVs in having their production targets raised, including the Mustang Mach-E, F-150 Lightning, Bronco Sport and hybrid-powertrain Maverick pickup.

As of February, Ford was the nation’s top-selling automaker overall, along with the top producer of light trucks and SUVs. Dearborn’s market share increased by 1.4 percent points in February, thanks to a 21.9 percent sales increase over the previous year, bringing Ford’s current U.S. market share to 13.3 percent. Ford also plans to roll out all-new versions of the Super Duty, Mustang, Ranger and Escape during 2023.

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