DEARBORN, MI – As the electrification movement gains momentum, it is placing critical new demands on automotive engineers, many of whom are unequipped to face the challenge. As a result, Derrick Kuzak, Ford Motor Co. group vice president-global product development, is launching an initiative aimed to provide supplemental training in electric-vehicle technology for 2,000 Ford engineers over the next 10 years. The transition toward electrification reminds Ford’s top engineer of the ...

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