Focus helps Ford more than double Thai market share since 2010.
Ford says infrastructure is one of the big considerations as it decides on the timing of its introduction of hybrid and electric cars in Thailand and other areas of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. “In order for electrification to take off, we need easy access to plug-ins as well as a power-grid system that produces electricity with cleaner methods than dirty coal,” Chairman Bill Ford tells reporters in Bangkok. “I'm optimistic about this technology, ...
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