Ford Invests $135M In Green Cars

Ford says it is “moving to create” a “center of excellence” for electric and hybrid vehicles with its announcement today that it is investing $135 million to design, engineer, and produce key green vehicle components. The company is adding 170 jobs to its Rawsonville, MI, plant to assemble battery packs and more than 50 engineers to its Van Dyke Transmission Plant in Sterling Heights, MI, to produce a new electric-drive transaxle.

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One response to “Ford Invests $135M In Green Cars”

  1. Christian says:

    It is a good idea to develop “green and electric cars” but where is the electric power comes?