Ford Announces Record EV Sales in 2022 & Becomes Second Largest EV Automaker
December 2022 U.S. Sales
- F-Series sales for the year totaled 653,957 trucks, making it America’s best-selling truck for 46 straight years and best-selling vehicle for 41 years straight – it outsold its second place competitor Silverado by more than 140,000 trucks for the year.
- Ford F-Series sales closed the year with its best monthly sales performance of the year in December with 75,076 trucks sold. Positioning truck sales well for the new year, with total orders for the all-new ’23MY Super Duty now exceeding 245,000 trucks.
- Ford’s total market share for the year gained 0.7 percentage points over the 2021 calendar year with the rollout of new electric vehicles and SUVs. Ford retail orders for ’23MY vehicles totaled a record 329,000 vehicles – up 69.6 percent over ’22MY.
- Ford’s full year sales of electric vehicles hit a new record at 61,575 vehicles, making Ford the second largest automaker of electric vehicles in America. Ford sales of EVs were up 126 percent for the year and up 223 percent for December.
- The F-150 Lightning was the No. 1 electric truck in America in December and the best-selling electric truck in the U.S. since its launch in May with 15,617 electric trucks sold.
- For the year, Ford sold 6,500 E-Transit vans, making it America’s best-selling electric van with 73 percent share of the segment. December sales of E-Transit totaled 689.
- Mustang Mach-E sales climbed 103 percent in December on sales of 4,775 SUVs. For the year, Mustang Mach-E is up 45.4 percent on sales of 39,458 SUVs.
- Bronco December sales totaled 10,412 SUVs with a 36.4 percent share of segment, its highest level since launch and up almost 4 percentage points from November. For the year, Bronco sales totaled 117,057.
- Enrollments of Ford’s BlueCruise/Lincoln ActiveGlide technology for the year totaled 114,000 and customers have accumulated more than 42 million hands-free miles with BlueCruise/ActiveGlide.