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Ford plans for all cars sold in Europe to be electric by 2030
by Rupert Neate
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17 February 2021
On 17 February 2021 The Guardian reported:
Ford has pledged that all of its cars on sale in Europe will be electric by 2030, in the latest move by the world's biggest auto manufacturers to set out plans to move away from polluting internal combustion engines before looming bans on fossil-fuel vehicles across the world. The US car giant said on Wednesday [17 February] that it was going 'all in' on electric vehicles and would invest $1bn converting a vehicle assembly plant in Cologne, Germany, to become its first electric vehicle facility in Europe.
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