Year in Review
Welcome to the 16th annual nonfinancial report of Ford Motor Company. We’re proud of how we have been transforming our company – from the vehicles we make to the way in which we make them.
“Without question, we are embarking on one of the most transformative periods in our history. We understand that the winners will be the innovators, the disruptors and those willing to break with tradition and find new solutions.”
“At Ford, contributing to a better world is part of our DNA and second nature.”
2014 Performance Highlights
U.S. Corporate Average Fuel Economy, Combined Car and Truck Fleet (miles per gallon)
- In 2014, the average fuel economy of our U.S. car fleet and U.S. truck fleet both remained unchanged compared to 2013. However, our combined corporate average fuel economy improved by about 2 percent due to increased customer demand for cars versus trucks. Our combined fleet CO2 emissions improved by 9 percent compared to 2009.
U.S. New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) Five-Star Overall Vehicle Scores (percent of Ford Motor Company vehicles tested that achieved five stars, by model year)
Total Supplier Sites Trained / Retrained in Sustainability Management (cumulative, since 2005)
Worldwide Facility CO2 Emissions per Vehicle Produced (metric tons)
Pre-Tax Profits (excluding special items) ($ billion)
Pulse Survey Employee Satisfaction Index (percent satisfied)
Global Water Use per Vehicle Produced (cubic meters)
Read highlights of some of the key events for Ford during 2014.
We have set goals, commitments and targets for many of our material issues and other important performance areas.
In all of our regions, we are taking actions to reduce the environmental impact of our products and facilities, support positive social change and ensure economic viability for long-term growth.