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Ford Electric Vehicle Sales Jumped 92 Percent During Q2 2022

Ford electric vehicle sales – comprised of the all-electric Mustang Mach-E, F-150 Lightning, and E-Transit – increased 92 percent to 13,498 units in the United States during the second quarter of 2022.

Ford Motor Company - Electric Vehicle Sales - Q2 2022 - USA

ModelQ2 2022 / Q2 2021Q2 2022Q2 2021YTD 2022 / YTD 2021YTD 2022YTD 2021
Mustang Mach-E+34.8%9,4997,047+36.2%17,67512,975
F-150 LightningN/A2,0380N/A2,0380
E-TransitN/A1,9610N/A3,0080
Total+91.5%13,4987,047+75.1%22,72112,975

With a 35 percent increase in sales volume, the Mustang Mach-E was Ford’s best-selling EV, posting 9,499 deliveries. The battery electric vehicle is in very high demand, causing FoMoCo to close order books for the 2022 model year back in April. Recently, Ford revealed the new 2023 Ford Mustang Nite Pony Package that gives the electric pony a sinister (yet tasteful) black-out treatment.

2023 Mustang Mach-E Premium left – 2023 Mustang Mach-E GT Performance Edition right – Nite Pony Package

The Ford F-150 Lightning placed second in terms of Ford electric vehicle sales volume, posting 2,038 deliveries during the second quarter of 2022. The Lightning continues to exceed FoMoCo’s expectations in terms of consumer demand, which far exceeded the automaker’s production capacity from the start.

The full-size electric truck continues to see sales increase with each passing month. In addition, the Lightning has become a mainstay on Kelley Blue Book’s list of the most considered electrified vehicles.

The Ford E-Transit placed third in terms of Ford electric vehicle sales volume during the quarter, posting 1,961 deliveries. U.S. shipments of the Ford E-Transit began back in February, and the new model immediately took the top spot in its segment in April. It has continued to hold that position in June and August.

It’s also worth noting that FoMoCo is now the second best-seller of EVs in the United States, placing just behind Tesla. In fact, Ford recently announced a significant reorganization that will separate its EV and ICE vehicle businesses into two distinct entities – Model e and Ford Blue, respectively. The automaker previously announced that its future EVs will consist of its more iconic models, as well as commercial vehicles, with the portfolio set to grow rapidly in the near- to medium-term future.

Ford Motor Company has announced plans to double EV production to 600,000 units per year by 2024, with the objective including increased production of the Mach-E, F-150 lightning, and E-Transit. After that, the automaker plans to produce two million all-electric vehicles annually by 2026.

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Comments

  1. Chris

    That is not much given how few were sold ‘overall.’ We are not interested in EVs. And we will be damned if our tax money is used to help the failed EV push. Glad Toyota is refusing to push EVs, and they are thriving due to their refusal.

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    1. Robert.Walter

      Ideologically-driven nonsense and ignoring of fact.

      Understanding a snapshot of correlation is neither causation nor indicative of trend is powerful intellectual tool but, alas, seems beyond much of the commentariat here.

      Toyota was sleeping and previously announced a product offensive to flood their channels with ZEV tech.

      Only difference besides sleeping is Toyota is following multiple paths to address ZEV, like BEV and hydrogen.

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      1. Samuel

        Toyotas profit and revenue percents are literally over 6X that of Ford. “Sleeping” is definitely paying off. EVs simply don’t work in an expansive country like the United States. Repair costs on EVs are astronomical.

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        1. Robert.Walter

          Nonsense.

          Toyota sells about 3x as many vehicles as Ford. There are scale effect savings in that.
          Ford’s profits are also lower because it is making the BEV investments today that TMC will have to soon make.

          In the late ‘70’s, Ford (and Chrysler) snoozed on downsizing and despite being only 2 years late to that party flirted with bankruptcy because the hole in the middle of its portfolio was only profitably addressed with Taurus. (Chrysler slept and require loan guarantees to claw its way back to health.)

          I’m not saying Toyota will reach the depths that Ford and Chrysler did. then because I don’t believe that will happen, but what Zi am saying is it is possible for big companies, sometimes even market leaders (Hi Moto! Hi Nokia!) to snooze and sometimes they are late to the party.

          The rest of your expansive country and expensive to repair nonsense is off the rails nutso and not worth responding to.

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  2. Dwayne D

    If any of the Mach-E F-150 or the E Transit were any ice vehicle they would be canceled immediately. With those extremely low numbers this is like spinning fake information. 2 is 100% more than 1.

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    1. Robert.Walter

      It’s fact.

      Sure it’s early days, but it’s no different than any previous technical transition where the displacing tech starts out slowly but in time it’s owning the market.

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  3. Dwayne D

    Why is there no comment section for the ladies only Bronco event? Maybe because its sexist? What happened to all inclusive. Woke BS! They keep dividing us.

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    1. Robert.Walter

      Woke whining? Almost as big a disqualifier as calling folks snowflakes.

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      1. JDE

        OK Boomer

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        1. Robert.Walter

          Oh JDE, you just had to do it didn’t you?

          Despite all hopes and encouragement, you just had to make JDE mean Just Dumb Exclamations.

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  4. Tim

    So which part of the country are these fair weather vehicles being sold and to whom. If you want to state facts then state them all. Do these numbers include fleet sales? Do these numbers include emergency services vehicles? Give us all the facts
    How about an article on how many are running in January in the coldest parts of the country there’s numbers I would be interested in.

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    1. Robert.Walter

      Wait for winter, there’s enough Ford vehicles now in the field that we will see how they perform. (But Tesla and Toyota Li-BEV performance should give a decent proxy result already.)

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  5. Bob

    Selling is best, delivering would be fantastic. Are they delivering 92% of anything? The lack of vehicles on the lots is getting old. Big three is a joke with no metal on he lots.

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  6. John

    It’s all tough to take any sales numbers seriously for any vehicle in the current state of things. We still have major supply chain issues, shortages, people not getting vehicles they have ordered, people taking what’s actually on the lot at the time, etc.

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