The demand for Ford electric cars is huge: in just one month, more than 7800 orders for Mach-E were received in the USA.
In August, the total sales volume of Ford and Lincoln cars in the United States increased by 27% year-on-year to 158,088. The annual result is now only 0.2% lower than a year ago and is 1,237,850.
Ford Sales: 151,695 (up 27.5%),
Lincoln Sales: 6,393 (up 24.0%),
Total sales: 158,088 (an increase of 27.3%).
Thus, Ford’s sales are growing stronger than the total volume.
In August, sales of all-electric Ford cars totaled 5897, which is 307% more than a year ago, and accounts for 3.9% of the total.
Well, the high growth rates are actually the result of a noticeable drop in August 2021, nevertheless, Ford is doing very well this summer.
The company claims that BEV’s growth rate is ahead of the market average and that the brand is currently the second-largest player in the BEV segment after Tesla.
The Ford BEV lineup includes three models – the growing Ford Mustang Mach-E, the all-new Ford F-150 Lightning electric pickup truck, and the Ford E-Transit commercial van.
Andrew Frick, the brand’s vice president of sales, said:
“The F-Series was America’s best-selling truck, best-selling hybrid truck, and best-selling electric truck with the F 150 Lightning in August.”