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Ford, despite customer priorities for trucks, is plowing ahead with a gasoline-electric version of the crazy-popular F-150, the best-selling vehicle in the U.S. since the Reagan administration.
Ford's decision ends a six-year run for a once-promising nameplate doomed by sluggish electrified vehicle demand and overstated mileage claims.
Starting next summer, Ford will sell a plug-in hybrid version of its Fusion-based police sedan that will have an electric range of 21 miles.
Ford will invest more than 750 million euros ($885 million) in its Spanish plant in the eastern region of Valencia to produce the next-generation Kuga crossover.
Ford's U.S. light-vehicle sales rose 6.4 percent in October behind strong F-series demand and a double-digit increase in fleet volume related to order timing.
Ford Motor Co.'s U.S. light-vehicle sales rose 6.4 percent in October behind strong F-series sales and a double-digit rise in fleet sales related to order timing.
The 4x2 full-size family hauler, due in showrooms in the coming weeks, gets an EPA-estimated 20 mpg combined, narrowly beating the Chevrolet Suburban, which gets 19 mpg combined.
The success or failure of Ford rests in the bed of its F-series pickups, Ford's most profitable vehicle and one of the most popular vehicles in the world.
Despite the F-series' seemingly unassailable grip on sales leadership, Ford has never let up on innovating.
Strong but lower Oct. U.S. sales expected; Feds probe Fusion steering wheels; VW penalties help finance Calif. lab; Volvo earnings up; Zipcar by subscription; Supersonic car test.
Ford is working to generate buzz about the freshened 2018 Mustang, which goes on sale this month, with a variety of upgrades.
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