Over the past few years, Ford CEO Alan Mulally became something of a stable at the International CES in Las Vegas. Ford was one of the first auto makers to have a large presence at CES, and it would make some very significant announcements here, including unveileing the Focus Electric back in 2011.
Mulally retired from Ford in mid-2014, and so 2015 marks the CES debut of Mark Fields, his replacement. Fields is helming the Tuesday morning keynote, where he'll surely be telling us more about the recently unveiled, and surely some conversation relating to a future of fully connected, fully automated vehicles.
If that sounds like fun to you, you'll want to join us for our live blog of the Ford keynote on Tuesday, January 6. The proceedings begin at 8:30 a.m. PT.