Ford to phase out diesels, petrols in Europe by 2030 in electric push

After a half-hearted electric version of the Focus ended without a trace a few years ago, the future of electric mobility was not looking bright at Ford. But now the American car giant wants to go all-in on all-electric in Europe in less than a decade. To make this possible, the company is transforming its tradition-steeped plant in Cologne to produce its first electric small car for the mass market in Europe. Ford Europe boss Stuart Rowley looked back to the laying of the foundation stone of Ford’s Cologne plant in 1930 and said on Wednesday: “Today we are laying another foundation stone – fo…

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