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Henry Ford began the journey of Ford motors in the year 1903. Since the incorporation of the organization, Ford motors has grown to become among the biggest players in the automotive industry. In the past 100 plus years, Ford has been successful pushing limits in automotive engineering and in introducing cars that have gained the loyalty of millions of consumers.

The very first Ford sold was to Dr. Pfennig in 1903, for a grand total of $850. The”Model A” had a 2-cylinder engine and May reach a maximum speed of 30 mph

The popularity factor isn’t something that’s new to Ford. In fact, in 1903, the first Model T was introduced that gained immense popularity. The demand was so high that the company had to get innovative with its mass production methods. In 1911, Ford went across the seas and established a branch in Manchester, England. To meet the increased demand and need for quick production, Ford Motors altered history in the automotive industry by introducing the first moving assembly line at the Highland Park Assembly Plant in the year 1913. The first assembly line has 140 assemblers who worked along a 150-foot line to assemble the parts. By the 1920s, the business has over 20 overseas assembly plants across the world and was the largest automobile producer in America.

In 2008, when the three big automakers – Ford, General Motors and Chrysler were facing major financial issues, The United States government have to the rescue by providing financial aid through TARP (Troubled Assets Relief Program). Ford was the only organization which managed to survive the difficult time and did not file for bankruptcy. Since then the firm has been steadily progressing and leaving its mark on the industry.

Since the turn of this decade, Ford has been investing in manufacturing fuel-efficient models. It’s been successful in making cars which have high performance while at the same time being eco-friendly. Today, Ford is one of the top sellers for hybrid and digital cars in the us.

As of 2018, Ford has announced it will be phasing out its passenger cars and concentrate on producing electric cars, hybrids, pickups, and SUVs. It’s also working towards bringing innovative technology to make customers’ driving experiences comfortable and luxurious. Ford will be bringing back the popular Ranger and Bronco beginning in 2019, along with a Diesel version of this F-150 truck.

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