Ford is building a range of electric cars, starting with the F-150 pickup truck and ending with the XE crossover.
But it doesn’t want to make it easier for people to buy them, and its goal is to make electric vehicles attractive enough to attract buyers.
“We want to have a compelling electric vehicle that people can buy,” said Jim Farley, Ford’s chief strategy officer for electrification, at the company’s financial earnings call on Thursday.
The company’s goal is “to have that compelling electric, that people will want to buy.”
Farley told investors that the company will focus on two key things: electric vehicles are affordable, and electric vehicles will be more competitive.
“The first is that we’ve been able to make very affordable electric vehicles,” he said.
“That’s a huge step forward.”
Ford plans to sell 2 million electric vehicles a year by 2025, but the company doesn’t say how many it plans to make.
Ford has spent years developing the F150 and XE, which were designed to meet the needs of electric vehicles that will be a reality in 2040.
It also is developing a small electric vehicle, the Ford Escape.
Farage said that Ford has found that most of the demand for electric vehicles comes from cities where people drive cars.
He said the company is targeting these cities with electric vehicle charging stations and plug-in charging stations.
At the same time, Ford is targeting cities with people who want a good-mileage car.
Farley said Ford will start testing its new F150 pickup this year, and it will begin selling its new XE pickup in 2021.
In an interview with the Financial Times earlier this year the company said it would start making electric vehicles in 2021, but Farley did not say when the new models would be available.
The company will also introduce a new electric car that is similar to the F250, but Ford says it will not make a bigger version of the car than the F300.
Farage said the new F300 will be available in 2021 and 2021 models, but he declined to provide a release date.
Forbes has estimated that Ford’s sales of the F350 crossover would rise to as many as 2.6 million a year, with its price dropping to $36,500 from $43,500.
The F350 will be the first electric car in Ford’s lineup.
Fears about climate change are one reason Ford is taking a different approach to climate change.
A year ago, the company released a report arguing that climate change poses no threat to the economy.
“Our assessment of the economics of climate change is based on a wide range of factors, including emissions reductions, economic growth, and environmental benefits, including climate-friendly transportation choices,” the company wrote.
Environmental groups have accused Ford of selling out on climate change, saying that the Xe crossover will be bad for the environment.
Ford has repeatedly denied the allegations.
Faraged said the goal of the XF was to have “a compelling electric car.”
Ford plans to deliver the Xf in 2021 or 2022, but it is not clear when that model will be released.
While Ford is focused on electric cars in 2021-2022, it also plans to release a new model called the Ford Focus in 2019.
Last year, Ford announced plans to build 100,000 electric vehicles over the next five years.