When you hear the name Ford, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Many people who have purchased a Ford vehicle have a solid loyalty to the company because of their association with the values of safety, dependability, and technological advancement. Even though these are all great qualities, Ford has decided to stop being practical, which has always been the company's main focus.
Ford's release of the electric Ford Mustang Mach-E a few years ago produced many reactions, from astonishment and awe to outrage in some quarters. The nickname "Mustang" has been associated only with loud internal combustion engines, not with quiet battery electric vehicles. Ford was not surprised by the outpouring of support. Ford welcomed them with open arms since they represented a new beginning and the first step on Ford's path toward an electric future.
When the Ford Mustang Mach-E came out, it gave Ford a new sense of excitement and life, and the company plans to build on this momentum in the future.
Ford is a US citizen. Ford is a brand in the consumer's mind and heart. Ford is American, which implies he is also independent and unyielding. Ford's daring nature is its defining characteristic, and it will play an even more prominent role in the company's evolution in the years to come.
Ford's future is bright, and the company is well on its way toward an electric future with the release of many new electric vehicles. Ford's factories, distribution, and suppliers are all working toward a goal of being carbon neutral by 2035 as part of the company's global commitment to drastically cut CO2 emissions, including the electric vehicle program.
Every future endeavor Ford undertakes will feature a higher emphasis on risk-taking. The Ford Bronco, available next year, exemplifies Ford's adventurous attitude.