Ford Motor Co. subsidiary TH!NK is contemplating a 220-volt charging system for its zero-emission low-speed vehicle, Neighbor, and will examine its export prospects, Ward’s has learned. Targeted for settings such as gated communities, resorts and college campuses, Neighbor is introduced to much fanfare at TruMack Assembly, a Detroit-based minority-owned supplier contracted to build the vehicle. The event also marks Jacques Nasser’s last public appearance as Ford president and chief ...
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