IT House August 6 news, according to TESLARATI today reported that Ford Motor Group's July sales of electric vehicles reached 30,648, a year-on-year increase of 168.7%, making Ford the United States 2022The brand with the second-most deliveries of electric vehicles in July, after Tesla.

Ford said the increase in sales this month was aided by a number of models.Among them, the sales volume of Mach-E was 4,970 units, an increase of 74.1% year-on-year, the sales volume of E-Transit in the commercial market increased by 13.9% year-on-year, and the sales volume in government channels increased by 46.3% year-on-year.

Additionally, the Ford F-150 Lightning all-electric pickup truck sold 2,173 vehicles in July, setting a new record for monthly deliveries.The car officially went into production on April 26 this year, with its first deliveries on May 26.Ford's electric vehicle sales have been growing over the past six months, and July's vehicle sales have made Ford "America's No. 1 brand."

For the first time this year, Ford F-Series sales reached 63,341 units, successfully surpassing the 60,000-unit mark, and the number of Ford SUVsSales reached 73,234 units, a year-on-year increase of 70%, and E-Transit has a 95% market share in electric vans.

Currently, Ford's market share in the electric vehicle market is expanding. In the first quarter of 2022, Ford's electric vehicles accounted for only 4.4% of the market, and in the second quarter, it increased to 7.7% of the market.And in July, Ford's electric cars had a 10.9 percent market share.In addition, Ford's July sales of electric vehicles increased Ford's overall sales by 36.6% year-on-year and 7.7% month-on-month.

In contrast, the sales of other brands are not optimistic.Among them, Honda's July sales in the United States fell 47.4% year-on-year, Toyota's July sales in North America fell 21.2%, Mazda's July sales in the United States fell 28.5%, and Subaru's July sales in the United States fell 17.1%%.This means that electric vehicles are taking over the market of traditional internal combustion engine vehicles.

IT Home understands that Ford announced its electric vehicle plan on July 26, and the company expects to achieve a goal of producing 2 million electric vehicles a year by 2026.In addition, in order to fund the electric vehicle business, Ford plans to lay off more than 8,000 jobs.