'Absolute necessity': Ford expands EV line-up in race to meet 600,000 sales goal by 2026

Michael Holder
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An impression of Ford's Cologne EV base planned for Germany | Credit: Ford
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An impression of Ford's Cologne EV base planned for Germany | Credit: Ford

US carmaker aiming to end fossil fuel van sales and achieve 'carbon neutrality' across entire European operations and supply chain by 2035

Ford has further accelerated its electric vehicle (EV) ambitions in Europe, yesterday announcing fresh targets to sell more than 600,000 electric cars and vans by 2026, before shifting to solely selling...

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