Ford has announced a milestone for car manufacturers, the Mustang Mach-E cars will be produced in China as soon as the end of 2021.
Looking to break into the Chinese market has long been the ambition of car manufacturers the world over, however China has previously been very reluctant to authorise this.
Tesla managed to break the market this year too, with the Model Y being delivered from the Shanghai factory.
Now the floodgates appear to have opened and all manufacturers are looking to get in on the momentous change in times.
Electric vehicles are expected to be well received by the market there, so it is likely a lot of these will be sold.
Volkswagen too has announced there will be 2 new factories of their own, delivering solely electric vehicles to the Chinese market.
With the dramatic changes to the international vehicle sales caused by the pandemic, the annual vehicles sales statistics of 20 million per year, must be a blessing for many international companies.
Daimler, already in country, has rebound significantly well following the peak of the pandemic in China.