Ford has made quite clear it has at least one electric crossover SUV coming, but more of them seem to be on the way. In addition to the that's rumored to debut next year, Automotive News reported Monday there are two more electric SUVs coming: one Ford and one Lincoln model.
Per the report, these two SUVs, which were originally slated for production in Mexico, are supposedly scheduled to come no later than the 2023 model year. With that information, a debut in 2022 seems plausible. Also noting the time frame, it appears to rule out the possibility that these two electric SUVs are the Mustang-inspired model and the confirmed Mustang inspiration. It's unclear when Lincoln may launch its version. Perhaps these two electric SUVs are the Mustang-inspired model and its Lincoln counterpart.. Ford previously said it's targeting a 2020 release date for the unnamed battery-electric SUV with
Ford didn't comment on the information in the initial report, which added that the SUVs are similar in size to theand . Both will ride on the automaker's battery-electric vehicle platform that should first underpin the Mustang-like model.
The Blue Oval has been busy diversifying its electrification strategy. In the US, the automaker has its own electric vehicle platform forthcoming and inked ato build another electric vehicle on the startup's own architecture. In Europe, an will see the former granted access to the MEB electric-car platform. Ford will build at least one electric car on VW's platform and discussions are ongoing to build a second for European markets. We'll also see a at some point in the future as well.