Ford could require fifth of 2026 Tier 1 battery supply to meet 2 million EV goal

Ford could need almost a fifth of the projected supply of Tier One global battery capacity by 2026, if it is to meet its goal of selling over 2 million electric vehicles, according to a Benchmark analysis.

The legacy automaker said it had secured 60 gigawatt hours of annual battery capacity to enable it to produce 600,000 electric vehicles by 2023 and 70% of the battery capacity to support the 2026 goal.

Assuming the 2 million are full electric vehicles with a 100 kWh battery pack this equates to around 200 GWh of cells a year by 2026. That . . .


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