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After a difficult, pandemic-scarred 2020 marked by unit shutdowns, supply-chain issues, and a full-year loss in revenue, Ford Motor began slowly but steadily recovering in 2021. Revenue increased by 7.2%, and Ford’s total return to investors was 137.5% for the year. Even as it rebounded, Ford doubled down on an electric-vehicle future. It accelerated development of the Lightning F-150, an electric version of its bestselling pickup truck that analysts expect will be the first major EV pickup to hit the market when deliveries begin this year. The company is planning to invest as much as $20 billion in EV development over the next 10 years, and in March 2022 it announced that it would split into two units: Ford Model e, for EV manufacturing and development, and Ford Blue, for traditional internal combustion engine vehicles. Ford expects 50% of its global sales to come from EVs by 2030.
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