Ford Valencia will stop producing the S-Max and Galaxy models in 2023


The Ford Valencia plant will stop producing S-Max and Galaxy models in April 2023, as part of its strategy towards total electrification in 2035, as announced by Ford Europe, which will present three new electric passenger cars and four commercial cars by 2024.

This has been communicated by the European leadership during a internal meeting at headquarters of the company in Cologne (Germany) in which the end of production of the Fiesta at the German plant at the end of June of next year has also been announced, according to EFE sources from the Almussafes factory (Valencia).

In Ford Europe are accelerating the strategy towards full electrification of passenger vehicles by 2030 and of the entire range by 2035, and will introduce three new electric passenger cars and four new electric commercial cars in Europe by 2024. company plans to sell more than 600,000 electric vehicles by 2026and within six years production will reach 1.2 million units.

The end of production of the S-Max and Galaxy in Almussafes is another announced step on the road to electrification, after mondeo in March of this year, and this Monday, the manufacturing director of Ford Almussafes, Dionisio Campos, confirmed that negotiations will begin next year to adapt the workforce to the transformation of the business.

The Valencian Ford plant currently has 6,000 workers, and has already announced the extension of the ERTE in force until December 31 due to the lack of semiconductors.


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