Ford cuts ribbon on £24m EV test and development facility

Michael Holder
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Minister Anthony Browne MP and Ford chair Lisa Brankin | Credit: Ford
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Minister Anthony Browne MP and Ford chair Lisa Brankin | Credit: Ford

Expanded Essex facility to support US carmaker's plans to launch nine further electric car and van models in the UK by 2025

Ford has cut the ribbon on its new £24m electric vehicle (EV) powertrain test and development centre at the auto giant's UK headquarters in Essex, as it gears up to launch a wave of new electric cars and...

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