A source said last October that in private, executives are working to meet this target by 2015. In 2010, Ford sold 5.3 million vehicles worldwide. In the CNBC interview, Mulally said that the sales plan “reflects all the work done over the last five years” in order to give Ford the foundation it needs to offer products that people seek all over the world. He says that Ford has not only been transformed, but has a product line and a production system that enables it to support its expansion. He exclaimed that after Ford has fought to survive, it is now the “time to profitably grow Ford."
Ford has been churning out impressive products as of late. A good example is the facelifted Ford Mondeo 2.0 Ecoboost, which arrived at the Lion City recently and has been receiving positive reviews from the local motoring community. It has even been picked over the new generation VW Passat by Auto Express (Refer to the video below). Along with the very capable 2011 Ford Focus (which I am eagerly waiting for its local debut), Ford’s sales target is not unachievable.
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