Ford adapts its plant in Cologne to manufacture electric vehicles

The Ford brand will invest 1.000 million dollars in its German plant to adapt it to electromobility.

Ford reaffirmed its firm commitment to an electric future with the investment of $ 1.000 billion andn its vehicle manufacturing plant in Colonia (Germany) for adaptation to electrified models.

This investment will transform current vehicle assembly operations in the Electrification Center by Ford Colonia for the manufacture of electric vehicles; the first installation of its kind that the brand will have in Europe.

FordLikewise, the first fully electric high-volume passenger car manufactured in Europe for European customers will leave the lines of this factory from 2023.

This economic injection in its factory in Cologne is part of the strategy of the car manufacturer Ford, which will invest 22.000 million in electrification until 2025.

In addition, Ford has committed that by mid-2026, 100% of its European passenger car range will have a zero emissions version, with either purely electric models, or plug-in hybrids; and to 2030 will be completely electric.

For its part, the entire range of Ford commercial vehicles will have zero-emission versions, pure electric or plug-in hybrids, in 2024.

In 2030 the company estimates that two-thirds of Ford commercial vehicle sales will be pure electric or plug-in hybrids.



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