Ford is not only going to make its first mass-produced Model S, but is also going to produce its first all-electric vehicle in the US.
That means Ford’s plan is to begin production of the Ford Escape next year.
Ford has been pushing the Model S for years now.
But its the first car that Ford will actually make in the United States.
It’s a car that is likely to appeal to a younger audience and will be a popular choice for those looking for a plug-in car.
The new Escape will be an all-wheel drive electric vehicle, which will be similar to the Chevy Bolt, Ford’s other electric vehicle.
But unlike the Bolt, the Escape will not come with a standard range of 300 miles.
Instead, Ford is going to be using the Tesla Autopilot feature that allows the driver to cruise at 60 mph, and it’s likely to be one of the most powerful electric vehicles that Ford is currently manufacturing.
The Escape will have a claimed range of 200 miles.
The Tesla Model 3 will be made in about three years time.
The Ford Escape will go on sale in 2020, but it’s not clear if that will be the Model 3 or if Ford will produce it in 2021 or 2022.
Ford will be manufacturing the Escape in Michigan as well, although it may be a couple of years before it makes the car in the state.
Ford will also be using a combination of the Autopilots Autonomous Emergency Braking System and the Tesla Safety System.
The Autopils will be able to brake a vehicle that is in a blind spot.
The Safety System will be used to detect when a car is moving too fast, and brake it accordingly.
Ford has said that it will have about 30 million Model S sedans in the market by 2020.