Ford to Sell 2.2 million Cars in 2013
As per reports, it has been revealed that Ford Motor Co has come up with a New Year resolution. It has decided to increase the sale of its cars and has determined to sell as many as 2.2 million cars in 2013.
The company has increased the target by 7% in comparison to the target set in 2011. Experts said that it would be difficult for the company to accomplish the goal, as it has been witnessing a number of complications in maintaining consumer demand.
Ford said that so far, they have witnessed a safe year and while talking about the same, it affirmed that Focus has proved to be a great model for them. In fact, 737,856 Focus model has been booked across the globe, which is being sold under different brands in Europe and in the US.
Jim Farley, who is the executive vice president of Global Marketing, Sales and Service, said, "In just three years, Ford has transformed our global small car lineup and started winning over customers worldwide with vehicles that are not only fun-to-drive but also fuel-efficient".
It is not that they have not witnessed complications, but Ford said that they have also seen a lot of successes as well and this is the reason that have been giving them confidence.
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