Ford is investing big bucks in its future, increasing its commitment to electrification to the tune of $22 billion through 2025. That’s almost double the original amount it had previously committed to EVs, signaling that the Blue Oval is all-in on going green.
“We are accelerating all our plans — breaking constraints, increasing battery capacity, improving costs, and getting more electric vehicles into our product cycle plan,” said Ford CEO Jim Farley. “People are responding to what Ford is doing today, not someday.”
And Ford is already doing a lot today to position itself as a leader in electric vehicles. The newly launched 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E has been a bona fide hit with critics and enthusiasts, picking up major awards like the 2021 North American Utility Vehicle of the Year. It’s also been a hot seller at Shults Ford in Pittsburgh, drawing in drivers eager to reduce their carbon footprints without sacrificing excitement or luxury.
There’s even more where that came from. Next year, Ford will kick off production on its all-new, all-electric Ford F-150. From there, you can expect to see new dedicated Ford EVs as well as battery-powered takes on some of the Ford vehicles you already know and love.
With Ford investing so much in EVs, the future is looking quite bright. You’ll find all the latest Ford innovations, including the Mustang Mach-E, at Shults Ford in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.