CES 2017: Ford will build hybrid Mustang, electric SUV and autonomous car by 2021
Ford confirms plans for a major electrical vehicle push, including hybrid Mustang, F-150 truck and fully electric SUV with 300 mile range.
Ford has certainly steals the CES Show by announcing a new low emission vehicles on the horizon. The American will launch a hybrid Mustang, a hybrid F-150 pick-up a fully electric SUV and an autonomous mass-market ride-sharing vehicle by 2021.
Ford is also developing a new wireless charging system that claims to make charging vehicles more easy and handful. Prototypes car's models and the charging system will be tested across Europe and North America this year!
The projects will arrive by 2020, promises a battery range of 300 miles and will be sold in North America, Europe and Asia. In 2021, Ford plans to launch a high volume autonomous vehicle designed for commercial ride hailing. That will launch in North America, aiming to take on brands such as Uber -which is working with Volvo-and Volkswagen's new start-up MOIA in offering a ride-sharing service.