In February, Ford expects the entire range of commercial vehicles to be zero-emission, all-electric or plug-in hybrids by 2024, and two-thirds of Ford’s commercial vehicle sales to be all-electric or plug-in hybrids. Said that. 2030.
However, during the interim period, Ford understands that not all commercial vehicle operators will move from traditional internal combustion engines to all-electric vehicles in a single jump. This is why the range of powertrain technologies from mild hybrids to plug-in hybrids is essential and remains an important part of the next generation transit custom range.
The continued growth of Ford’s strong commercial vehicle business is key to Europe’s profitability. Working with an extensive network of commercial vehicle converter partners, Ford’s strategic alliance with Volkswagen and Ford Otosan’s joint venture is supported by new products and services that provide cost-effective vehicle development and sourcing.
“Today we are launching another strategic investment to help shape the future of the automotive industry. The Cocaeri plant will be Turkey’s first and only integrated production center for assembling electric vehicles and batteries. We consider this investment over a decade to be a positive strategic move. Thank you for your confidence in Turkey and Ford Otosan that made this important investment possible, “said Arikochi, Chairman of Ford Otosan and Director of Kochi Holding. The vice president of the association said.
In 2020, Ford achieved its sixth consecutive year as a leader in commercial vehicle sales in Europe. This trend continued until 2021, and Ford remains the continent’s best-selling commercial vehicle brand.
Driving Ford’s commercial vehicle business further growth is an ecosystem built around connected services that was co-developed with customers and designed to enhance the customer experience and support business prosperity. .. This last year to maximize the productivity of fleet customers seeking connected uptime and productivity services, such as FordPass Pro for up to five vehicles, and custom services to keep vehicles on the road. Includes FordFleet Management created by Ford and ALD Automotive.
Today’s announcement is also positive news for other Ford manufacturing facilities in Europe and for the European and Turkish supplier industry, which provides components for next-generation transit custom ranges. Ford’s manufacturing facility will supply advanced technology diesel engines from Dagenham, England, transmissions from Cologne, and components from over 100 Turkey-based suppliers.
“The growth of commercial vehicles and the use of partnerships such as joint ventures with Ford Otosan are key factors that will enable Ford Europe’s future success. As part of Ford’s plans to turn the global automotive business around. We promise to reach our 6% EBIT margin target, “Stuart added.
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