The American manufacturer has confirmed the success in the reservations waiting list, and it has exceeded 41,000 people. Something that means that with six months to launch, the electric SUV is close to selling in advance the production of a full year.
According to reports, 83% of the 50,000 vehicles that were planned to be produced in 2021 have already been reserved. The highest VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) recorded to date is 41,400, but these are not exclusively vehicles intended for sale. According to Ford, it is estimated that there will be about 4,000 units destined for dealers, press fleet, or crash tests.
Ford has also shared some details of the commercial strategy, where 60% of the units manufactured the first year, some 30,000 units, will be sent to Europe. In contrast, the remaining 20,000 units will have to be distributed among the other markets around the world, including the US.