An hybrid-electric Ford Mustang is on the way.
Leading US seller of EVs and technology is no longer untested, said CEO Mark Fields in webcast this afternoon.
Interest is growing and technology makes them better in so many ways, for better cvs, sports cars and performance.
Ford invested $4.5 Billion in five years and announced expansion at Flat Rock. Michigan but he went further and said there would be more new models from the plant as part of a further multi-million investment and expansion.
He outlined new models being made in the US will be Hybrid Mustang in 2020, F150 pickup, two pursuit rated police cars, Transit Custom plug-in by 2019 in Europe, and Transit Connect US taxis to be tested.
Also to come are all-new duo to be built in Flat Rock. They are EV SUV with range of 300 miles, and in 2021 hybrid autonomous vehicle.
Extra investment of $700 Million to expand and transform Flat Rock Innovation Centre with long range vehicles, as well as building current Mustang and Lincoln Continental and create 700 jobs in Michigan.
He welcomed proposed changes by president-elect Donald Trump to drive investment and innovation in US and said Ford will cancel planned Mexican plant.
Wireless pilot announced for Ford vehicles in US and Europe for induction charging.