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Vehicle Fuel Economy and CO2 Emissions

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A. Ford U.S. Corporate Average Fuel Economy

Miles per gallon

 201520162017
Cars (domestic and import)35.8136.2435.26, 7
Trucks26.2225.9426.18
Combined car and truck fleet30.0329.8529.69, 10
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Data notes and analysis:

  1. Domestic: Includes 1.0 mpg FFV credit. Import: No FFV’s.
  2. Includes 1.0 mpg FFV credit.
  3. The decline in combined car and truck fuel economy is primarily due to customers purchasing larger cars and more trucks. Our combined fleet CO2 emissions improved by 10% compared to 2009.
  4. Includes 0.8 mpg FFV credit.
  5. The decline in combined car and truck fuel economy is primarily due to customers purchasing larger cars and more trucks. Our combined fleet fuel economy improved by 10% compared to 2009.
  6. Includes 0.6 mpg FFV credit. Does not include A/C or Off-Cycle credits.
  7. The decline in car fuel economy is primarily due to customers purchasing larger cars and reduced CAFE FFV credits. Despite the decrease in car CAFE, on an individual basis, our vehicles continue to make fuel economy improvements. See Improving Fuel Economy.
  8. Includes 0.6 mpg FFV credit. Does not include A/C or Off-Cycle credits.
  9. Includes FFV credits. Does not include A/C or Off-Cycle credits.
  10. The decline in combined car and truck fuel economy of 1% YOY is primarily due to customers purchasing larger cars and more trucks and reduced CAFE FFV credits. Despite the decrease in combined car and truck CAFE, on an individual basis, our vehicles continue to make fuel economy improvements. See Improving Fuel Economy. Combined fleet fuel economy has improved by 9% compared to 2009.

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B. Ford U.S. CO2 Tailpipe Emissions per Vehicle (Combined Car and Truck Fleet Average CO2 Emissions)

Grams per mile

201520162017
29630813062

Data notes and analysis:

The GHG value includes FFV credits.

  1. The increase in combined car and truck CO2 is primarily due to customers purchasing larger cars and more trucks. Our combined fleet CO2 emissions improved by 10% compared to 2009.
  2. Includes Advanced Technology Multipliers. Does not include A/C or Off-Cycle credits.

C. Ford Europe CO2 Tailpipe Emissions per Passenger Vehicle

Grams per kilometer

201520162017
118.133119.964120.861, 2

Data notes and analysis:

For 2015 data and onwards 100 percent of fleet is accountable, therefore we no longer report phase in data.

  1. EEA/EU COMMISSION published preliminary 2017 CO2 data. Official data expected in Q4 2018.
  2. Fleet performance without FFV, Eco-Innovation and Super credits.

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D. Ford Europe CO2 Tailpipe Emissions per Light Commercial Vehicle

Grams per kilometer

201520162017
177.533173.75164.5781, 2

Data notes and analysis:

  1. EEA/EU COMMISSION published preliminary 2017 CO2 data. Official data expected in Q4 2018.
  2. Fleet performance without FFV, Eco-Innovation and Super credits.

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E. Ford Switzerland CO2 Tailpipe Emissions per Passenger Vehicle

Grams per kilometer

201520162017
131.84133.571133.082

Data notes and analysis:

For 2015 data and onwards 100 percent of fleet is accountable, therefore we no longer report phase in data.

  1. BFE preliminary 2016 data. Official 2016 data expected May 2017.
  2. Fleet performance without FFV, Eco-Innovation and Super credits.

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