Like any good housewife, Ford goes through a complete renovation of her house by changing and removing her possessions.
As is known,has been announcing for a long time its goal of fully electrifying its range and that from 2030 onwards it will sell only electric cars in Europe.
These cars will appear by 2024, aiming to exceed 600,000 electric sales per year in Europe and 2 million worldwide by 2026. The company also wants to be completely carbon dioxide-free by 2035.
In this context, Ford is completely withdrawing from the MPV category by ending their productionand without the prospect of being replaced by new models. At least, with conventional engines.
The Galaxy was first launched in Europe in 1996 and its second generation in 2006. Over the course of the second generation, over 570,000 were sold. However, demand declined over time and in 2021, just 4,700 Galaxy and just 7,400 S-Max were sold in Europe.
The most important news, however, concerns the completion of the Fiesta’s life cycle, since the model will cease to be available in 2023. The gap left by the Fiesta will be replaced by thewhich will be launched in the new year.
The Fiesta is one of the Fords with the longest run in the European market, having been around for 47 years. That’s why the people at Ford made the following touching video that basically says goodbye to the Fiesta.
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