Sustainability

Performance and Reporting

Below is a summary of key performance data. For more detailed information and trends, please use the Performance Data quick links menu or navigate to the Data pages of each main Report section. For information on data boundaries and assurance, please see About This Report.

Financial Health

 201320142015
Pre-tax profits (excluding special items), $ billion18.67.310.8

Products and Customers

 201320142015
Ford U.S. fleet fuel economy, combined car and truck, miles per gallon (higher mpg reflects improvement)29.530.130
Ford U.S. fleet CO2 emissions, combined car and truck, grams per mile (lower grams per mile reflects improvement)302297296
Ford Europe CO2 tailpipe emissions per passenger vehicle, grams per kilometer (phase-in of percent best-CO2-performing vehicles; based on production data for European markets)111.52113.92NA3
Global Quality Research System “things gone wrong” (3 months in service), total “things gone wrong” per 1,000 vehicles4
North America1,6501,3921,265
South America1,7241,4721,207
Europe1,3021,3021,232
Asia Pacific941917846
Middle East & Africa1,3111,046775
Global Quality Research System customer satisfaction (3 months in service), percent satisfied4
North America787981
South America656870
Europe717375
Asia Pacific686971
Middle East & Africa636267
U.S. safety recalls, number per calendar year (including legacy vehicles on the road for 10+ years)164040
U.S. units recalled, number of units (including legacy vehicles on the road for 10+ years)1,188,0004,741,23054,994,290
 201420152016
Percent of Ford nameplates achieving five-star U.S. New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) Overall Vehicle Score (OVS) (percent of Ford Motor Company vehicles tested by model year)4165626

Operations

 201320142015
Worldwide facility energy consumption, billion kilowatt hours15.214.94714.6
Worldwide facility energy consumption per vehicle, kilowatt hours per vehicle2,4662,4702,244
Worldwide facility CO2 emissions, metric tons4.84.64.7
Worldwide facility CO2 emissions per vehicle, metric tons0.780.760.73
Energy Efficiency Index, percent (higher percentage reflects improvement)17.021.0NA8
Global water use, million cubic meters24.924.124.9
Global water use per vehicle produced, cubic meters4.043.993.81

Supply Chain

 201320142015
Total supplier sites trained/retrained in sustainability management (cumulative, since 2005)2,6702,9483,156
Assessments to date9159901,071
Training cascade to workforce, individuals trained488,472559,755630,218

Communities

 201320142015
Ford Motor Company Fund contributions, $ million26.330.237.2
Corporate contributions, $ million11.415.418.4
Volunteer Corps, thousand volunteer hours150160186

Our People

 201320142015
Lost-time case rate by region (per 100 employees; cases with one or more days away from work per 200,000 hours)
North America 0.750.75
South America 0.230.54
Middle East & Africa 0.040.1
Asia Pacific0.30.030.03
Europe 0.330.36
Employee satisfaction, Pulse survey, overall, percent satisfied757676
Overall dealer attitude, Ford, relative ranking on a scale of 1–100 percent (winter/summer score)84/8585/8585/85
Overall dealer attitude, Lincoln, relative ranking on a scale of 1–100 percent (winter/summer score)76/7877/7777/78
  1. Excludes special items; reconciliation to GAAP for full-year 2014 and 2015 provided in “Results of Operations” (p34, 2015 Annual Report) and “Liquidity and Capital Resources” (p65, 2015 Annual Report).
  2. Only 80 percent of the best-CO2-performing fleet vehicles are accounted for in the “phase in” data as part of the EC’s phase in plan.
  3. NA = Not available. EU COM to publish the final number by the end of 2016.
  4. “Things gone wrong” and customer satisfaction data are based on model years.
  5. Ford Action 14B04 (NHTSA Action Number of 14V343000) was superseded by 16S03 (NHTSA Action Number of 16V036000).
  6. This data includes Ford and Lincoln.
  7. 2014 data shows two decimal places to avoid a rounding discrepancy in the total.
  8. NA = Not available.