Ford CFO says inflation has erased Mustang Mach-E profits, but isn’t hurting demand


The Mustang Mach-E is Ford’s first new all-electric vehicle under an $11 billion investment plan in electrified vehicles through 2022.

Michael Wayland | CNBC

Ford Motor‘s CFO said Wednesday that the company isn’t yet seeing consumer demand for new vehicles drop off – but rising commodity costs have wiped out the profit it initially expected to make on its electric Mustang Mach-E.

Demand for new Fords and Lincolns continues to exceed supply, which is still constrained by an ongoing global shortage of semiconductor chips, Ford CFO John Lawler told analysts at a conference hosted by Deutsche Bank – even after the company raised vehicle prices to offset the effects of inflation.

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