Ford Motor sees China sales in 2021 grow 3.7% YoY
Shanghai (Gasgoo)- Ford Motor sold nearly 625,000 new vehicles in China in 2021, representing a year-on-year growth of 3.7%, the U.S.-based automaker said on Jan. 14.
To be specific, the annual sales of Ford-branded passenger vehicles (PVs) in China stood at 237,646 units, 71.6% of which were SUVs and high-end sedans. Besides, the full-year China sales of commercial vehicles (CVs) under Ford and JMC (Jiangling Motors Corporation) brands reached 264,237 units, including 94,105 light trucks.
It is worth noting that the aforesaid CV sales of JMC didn’t include the 14,294 units of export volume.
The luxury vehicle brand Lincoln posted a year-on-year surge of 48% in China with 91,621 vehicles sold. Locally built SUVs, including Lincoln Corsair, Nautilus and Aviator, accounted for 90% of sales, with 82,835 units sold. Notably, the sales of the Corsair in 2021 soared 57% from the previous year.
Ford Motor said it has to-day received over 2,300 orders of the all-new Lincoln Z, which made its world's debut at the Auto Guangzhou 2021.
The automaker is speeding up the deployment of direct-sales network in China with a total of Ford Select high-end-EV-dedicated stores opened so far.
Ford Motor revealed delivery of the first-batch locally-produced Mustang Mach-Es has already started.
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