Ford invests $1B to go all-electric by 2030 in Europe

Written by: Matthew Beedham

It’s not just Jaguar Land Rover that is making waves by committing to an electrified future. American automaker Ford has also laid its cards down, and it’s going all-in on an all-electric future, for Europe at least. The Blue Oval has said in a statement today that it will only sell EVs in Europe by 2030. By 2026 the company is aiming for all of its passenger vehicles to be capable of zero emission in driving. They’ll be either all-electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles. Ford is laying out similar plans for its commercial vehicles, with aspirations for its range to…

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