Re: Global: First in (Electro-)Ecology? ...in regulations?
We can thank the impending death of Diesel in Europe for their strong interest in Electrification which should help to accelerate development and adoption among all manufacturers, although it's likely that Electrification will remain mostly a fashion and performance choice in the US which makes it better suited to performance luxury brands. Ford's EV approach is less visible, more like an engine option, but Europe may force them to have a bit more fun with it than they do now. Hoping a EV Mustang isn't just about fuel economy personally. But anything that makes electrification more attainable and less gimmicky than it is now, I'm all for it. I don't think Ford will be a pioneer here but they won't be left behind either which is reassuring.
Last edited by Assimilator; 07-05-2017 at 08:01 PM.