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With the United States Government providing 3.1 billion in funding for electronic vehicle battery manufacturing and components to boost supply chain as a part of their Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, there has never been more incentive for vehicle manufacturers to fully commit to electric vehicle production that could see more than half of vehicles on the road to be electric by 2030.
Automakers such as Ford and Stellantis are completely redirecting their platforms in how they engineer new vehicles to be completely electric in the future.
Ford is committing 22 billion to further expand its EV lineup through 2025 with the Mustang Mach, E-Transit van and F-150 in four plants across North America. They are constructing a manufacturing site called the Blue Oval City in Tennesse and twin battery plants in central Kentucky, creating 11,000 news jobs.
Stellantis's second EV battery plant in North America is slated to begin production in 2025 in Indiana, with a $2.5 billion investment. According to the manufacturer, they have already committed to $35 billion in electronic vehicle related funding across their brands with plans to reveal an electric Dodge muscle car and Ram 1500 pickup in 2024.
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