Ford will build its electric SUV in Mexico so it has more room at Flat Rock Assembly for self-driving cars
Ford Motor Co. is shifting production of an all-electric vehicle to Mexico, while saying it will create 850 new jobs by continuing production in Flat Rock, Mich., of the Mustang, Lincoln Continental and an autonomous car it wants to sell…
Ford is changing the focus its self-driving car platform as early as next year. The company says it now plans to focus on features beyond just enabling a computer system to drive from point A to B.
DETROIT (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co will begin testing its latest self-driving vehicle technology next year in at least one city but has not changed its plan to begin commercial production until 2021, the company said.
Ford is moving planned production of an electric crossover with a 300-mile range to Mexico from Michigan to make way for additional investment on autonomous vehicles in its home state.
Months after Ford canceled plans to build a plant in Mexico, it said it plans to shift some production to Mexico.
Ford will build an electric vehicle in Mexico instead of Michigan and instead building a future self-driving vehicle at the Detroit area plant.