Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Fury as Ford backs renewables, while GM and Ford launch electric push

After a vote of 38 to 15 against three-peats, a US congressional committee approved a bill that will require Ford to invest $3.2bn in electric vehicles. Will carmakers follow the lead of the UK government and offer zero emission vehicles to government or can they still expect to make money?

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Ford plans to build four electric vehicle factories.

After a vote of 38 to 15 against three-peats, a US congressional committee approved a bill that will require Ford to invest $3.2bn in electric vehicles. Will carmakers follow the lead of the UK government and offer zero emission vehicles to government or can they still expect to make money?

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