From 2030, Ford will only sell electric cars in Europe

By 2030, it will no longer be possible in Europe to buy a new car from Ford that runs on fossil fuels.

After this, all European passenger cars from the manufacturer will be electric.

This is stated by Ford in a press release.

As early as 2026, Ford will offer all its passenger cars as minimum plug-in hybrids in Europe.

Similarly, Ford in Europe will already in 2024 be able to offer all its vans in a hybrid variant that can run emission-free.

“In this regard, electric cars and plug-in hybrids are expected to account for two-thirds of Ford’s van sales by 2030,” the press release said.

To adapt to a more electric car production, Ford has also planned to invest more than six billion kroner in its factory in Cologne.

The factory in Germany is not only Ford’s headquarters in Europe. It is also one of the largest European car factories.

/ ritzau /

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