Ford has delayed the release of two important new carsMay 20, 2020
Last fall, Ford introduced its Mustang Mach-E electric crossover.
By this spring, the automaker had collected over 45,000 pre-orders for it and it was estimated that the first cars would be handed over to customers at the end of the year. In addition, the premiere of the revived Bronco frame SUV was planned for this spring, but it has been postponed. Now the company decided to comment on the situation. The delay in the production of Mustang Mach-E was caused by a pandemic, and the company is trying to save resources in this difficult situation.
The company is positioning Mustang Mach-E and Bronco as 2021 model year cars and intends to start their production this year. Yesterday, the company in a limited mode launched auto production at an enterprise in Michigan. Ford employees constantly have protective masks during work, gloves and shields, and also maintain the required distance.
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