Ford has announced that it will spend $11.1 billion on global electric vehicles and will build an all-electric performance SUV starting in 2020 at its Cuautitlan, Mexico, plant. Flat Rock will build vehicles from the company’s next-generation battery electric flexible architecture.
What this means is that the upcoming Mustang Hybrid will be built in Michigan while the Mustang-inspired EV will be built in Mexico. More details are inside…
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