Detroit Auto Show Debuts New Look for 2024 Ford Mustang

Detroit Auto Show Debuts New Look for 2024 Ford Mustang

Expect to see a lot of new and innovative changes from Ford in the near future. One of their most notable changes will be to the 2024 Mustang, which made its debut at the Detroit Auto Show. The Detroit Auto Show is one of car enthusiasts' most highly anticipated events of the year. This year, Ford debuted the 2024 Mustang, which has a new look that is sure to turn heads. You will not want to miss out on this beautiful car. This iconic car is getting a makeover that is sure to please everyone.
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Ford Motor Company and DTE Energy Announce Purchase of Largest Renewable Energy from a Utility in U.S. History

Ford Motor Company and DTE Energy Announce Purchase of Largest Renewable Energy from a Utility in U.S. History

It is a landmark transaction. It provides Ford and DTE Energy with 1,000 megawatts of renewable energy. It comes from wind and solar farms across Michigan. It is a significant step in their journey to have a more sustainable future. Partnering with DTE Energy will bring renewable energy to the state. Also, it is good for the environment. The agreement will provide customers with 50 percent renewable sources. It builds DTE's partnership with Ford.
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Ford To Invest Billions for America’s Shift to Electric Vehicles

Ford To Invest Billions for America's Shift to Electric Vehicles 
Electric vehicles are going to be an essential part of this planet's future, and Ford is leading the way in increasing their popularity and availability. Recently, Ford paired with a battery company from South Korea in order to invest $11.4 billion in electric vehicle plants. The idea is for Ford to make it so that half of their cars are zero-emission by 2030.
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Ford Bronco Sport Becomes First Vehicle To Feature Parts Made of 100% Recycled Ocean Plastic

Ford Bronco Sport Becomes First Vehicle To Feature Parts Made of 100% Recycled Ocean Plastic 
Microplastics in the ocean can be extremely dangerous to our health, and we see about 13 million metric tons of plastic entering into the oceans yearly. Much of this ocean plastic comes from discarded fishing equipment. To contribute to the removal of this plastic, Ford is using recycled ocean plastic in the construction of parts used on the latest model of the Ford Bronco. Harness clips attached to a wiring harness system used for the airbag setup inside the side panels of the Bronco are constructed with used plastic collected from the Indian Ocean.
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