Lackluster compact and mid-size car sales in emerging markets prompt Ford to hold-off on a new model family.
Four provinces in China have loosened or dropped their urban pickup truck bans. That’s good news for the incoming F-150 Raptor.
Ford Vice President and Controller Stuart Rowley will now serve in the new role of “Vice President of Strategy.”
Ford’s President and CEO has been re-elected Chairman of the US-China Business Council – a private, non-profit organization.
Over the coming years, 10 to 25 percent of Ford’s offerings in China will be electrified, says Ford China CEO.
Ford’s formidable F-150 Raptor will start sale in China starting next year.
China’s new Lincoln Continental has been spotted, sporting minimal changes from the North American luxury sedan.
Changan Ford sales were down 10 percent while those of JMC were up 3 percent.
More rear legroom; no “new car smell.” These are among the things that Chinese customers demand.
While recent news has much of the financial world running for cover, Ford’s Mark Fields retains a sense of hope.
Ford vehicles sales were up, while Jiangling Motors were down.
Ford’s plug-in hybrid is entering a new market, despite unimpressive sales in Europe so far.
Although car sales in China are slowing, automakers are continuing to invest in the market.