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Ford Motor Company China Sales Increase 24 Percent During First Half 2021

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Ford Motor Company China sales increased 24 percent to 306,700 units during the first six months (first half) of the 2021 calendar year. FoMoCo offers its two brands – Ford and Lincoln – in the Asian country, as well as a Chinese brand called JMC as part of the Jiangling-Ford joint venture. All three posted sales gains on a year-over-year basis.

All-new Ford EVOS EV

“Ford is focused on offering the right mix of world-class vehicles and services to our customers in China and on continuing the momentum and growth of our business,” said President and CEO of Ford China, Anning Chen, in a statement. “In the second quarter, we revealed six new vehicles and outlined a strong and innovative electrification strategy. These actions – combined with our commitment to deliver always-on customer experiences – position us for success in the competitive Chinese auto market,” he added.

Lincoln Zephyr Reflection Concept

The six newly revealed vehicles referenced by Chen include the all-new Ford EVOS, Escape PHEV, Escort, 2021 Mustang, Lincoln Zephyr Reflection concept car and Lincoln Corsair PHEV.

FoMoCo China Sales Notes – H1 2021

FoMoCo does not provide individual model sales performance of sales in China, but we do have the following information:

Ford brand sales increased 9.5 percent to 143,400 units

  • Ford’s best-selling model in China is the Escort compact sedan, which was recently updated
  • In the first half, the company launched the all-new Ford Equator crossover that’s exclusive to the Chinese market
  • Ford Transit commercial vehicles sold approximately 27,400 units in the H1, up 27.3 percent
  • The Ford Escape and Edge sales surpassed 15,300 units and 13,700 units, respectively, growing 10 percent and 27.3 percent
  • Ford Mondeo and Taurus sedans sold more than 13,000 units and 3,800 units, respectively, up 14.1 percent and 41.2 percent

2021 Ford Escort

Lincoln sales increased 111.4 percent to 42,200 units

  • Lincoln Corsair sold approximately 23,700 units, up 200.3 percent
    • It has been the best-selling Lincoln model for 15 consecutive months
  • The Lincoln Aviator sold more than 6,500 units, up 281.7 percent

JMC sales increased 25.7 percent to 121,100 units

  • Light trucks sales grew 21.7 percent and surpassed 62,800 sales
  • Pickup sales sales approximately 33,300 units, up 28.8 percent
  • Commercial vans sold about 23,200 units

JMC

BrandH1 2021 / H2 2020H1 2021H1 2020
Ford+9.5%143,400130,970
Lincoln+111.4%42,20019,960
JMC+25.7%121,10096,370
Total+24%306,700247,300

About The Numbers

  • All percent change figures compared to Ford Motor Company China sales for H1 2020, unless noted otherwise

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