FRANKFURT — Ford Motor Co. will start pilot production of its Think electric car in Norway this month. In January at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, it will announce a sweeping program under the Think brand for North America. “This small car represents the beginning of something much bigger at Ford,” says Ford of Europe President Nick Scheele. Capacity at the factory in Aurskog-Holand, Norway, is 5,000 units a year, and the goal for next year is 3,000 sales in ...

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