DETROIT — Ford Motor Co. has reconvened the Mustang Mach-E launch team more than a year after the EV went on sale.
The goal? Reduce costs and improve profit margins as Ford vies for a spot among the industry's EV leaders. Ford CEO Jim Farley last week said the task force already has reduced the crossover's bill of materials by $1,000.
"What we're finding in Mach-E is that actually most of the exciting work starts after Job 1," he said on the company's fourth-quarter and full-year earnings call.