Ford and Lincoln tackled mid-size electric crossoversAugust 20, 2019
American companies Ford and Lincoln plan in three to four years to offer customers new electric crossovers.
Ford and Lincoln are preparing for the production of mid-size electric crossovers at a plant located in Michigan. Future “green” news will appear on sale in three to four years. So, it is already known that the new electrified Ford Mustang and the all-electric F-150 pickup will not be left alone: over time, the brand will expand the line of environmentally friendly cars for the North American market. According to Automotive News Canada, a new mid-size electric crossover project is being actively developed today that will be launched under the Ford and Lincoln brands.
Both models will be almost identical, but the first car will be in the style of Ford Edge, and the second – Lincoln Nautilus.
So far, future innovations have received only the code names CDX746 and CDX747. Automakers have outlined their release for the year 2022 or 2023. It is known that the Michigan plant will be engaged in their production. According to unconfirmed information that can be found in the media, Ford is going to produce 65,000 cars annually. With such indicators, the brand has every chance to take a high place among the most titled manufacturers of electric cars.
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