Ford Motor Co. is bowing to pressure from the Norwegian government to rethink its plan to scrap 350 electric vehicles currently idled in California. Earlier this week, three separate Ford spokespeople told Ward’s Ford would not change plans to destroy the vehicles, which were leased under the Th!nk moniker over a 36-month evaluation period that wrapped up this year. Former Ford CEO Jac Nasser introduces a Th!ink vehicle. However, a Rainforest Action Network (RAN) spokesman disputed ...

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