Ford is pushing to have a self-driving car on the road by 2021. Why, exactly? We’ll let CEO Mark Fields fill you in.
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Ford is aiming to introduce a full-volume, fully-autonomous vehicle for commercial use early in the next decade.
Ford’s CEO warns that losses from the UK’s vote to leave the European Union could continue.
Ford’s CEO opposes the TPP as it offers no protection against member nations’ currency manipulation.
We take a stab at forecasting what Ford’s rumored “Model E” EV will offer come 2020. We’re probably wrong.
Like a high-tech Swiss Army Knife with wheels.
“We are going through one of the most important inflection points in our history,” says Ford CEO Mark Fields.
According to CEO Mark Fields, Ford’s “Smart Mobility” plan doesn’t necessarily signal the beginning of the end for personal automobiles.
Ford’s President and CEO has been re-elected Chairman of the US-China Business Council – a private, non-profit organization.
Romania’s Prime Minister wants Ford to consider investing more in the central European country.
The NY Common Pantry’s new Ford Transit will help deliver meals to low-income senior citizens.
Ford’s San Francisco-based software partner Pivotal gets a fresh injection of cash.
With 200 miles of electric range quickly becoming the norm, Ford’s new 100-mile Focus Electric might not cut it.