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Ford sets itself an ambitious target for switch to full BEV

Ford's Neil Wilson charging a vehicle

Ford has been dominating the headlines in recent months following a flurry of announcements defining its roadmap for the next decade.

At the tail end of 2020 came the reveal of its first purpose-built all-electric car, the Mustang Mach-E, available to order now, and its first full electric van, the E-Transit, due for release in early 2022.

Hot on their heels came the launch of Ford Fleet Management, a joint venture with ALD offering fleets of all sizes funding and fleet management services.

In February, Ford entered a global strategic partnership with Google to develop connected vehicle services and infotainment systems.

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