Ford Mustang Mach-E options for every Uber Driver

According to a news release by NACS, DEADBORN, Mich.-Ford, in partnership with Uber is currently developing a pilot program that can offer the rideshare drivers various options offering a lease for Ford Mustang Mach-E models. These options are a privilege to rideshare drivers, they are granted to lease Mustang Mach-E between one and four-month time periods. The vehicle will be directly delivered to the driver in two weeks’ time. Payments and other services can also be processed online through the Ford Drive mobile application. Maintenance and servicing of the vehicles are available at authorized Ford dealers.

Uber’s leading market for electric vehicles is North America particularly, California. This Ford Drive lease offer is primarily an initiative of Ford Next. Ford Next is the division in charge of development and innovations that engages Ford products to new business models and creates new customer experiences.

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Target goals for the lease program

According to Christopher Hook, Uber’s global head on sustainability, as they continue reaching their goal of zero-emission, Uber is very much privileged as a chosen partner of Ford to provide an affordable option for leasing electric vehicles, that will help drivers and the community. The electric vehicle will have the benefit of lower running costs and much less carbon emission. This program is an advantage to the riders, drivers, and the community as well.

Uber drivers in North America with fully electric vehicles are eligible for zero emission Incentives that could let them earn an extra $1 in every trip up to $4000 on average in a year. In 2026, Ford is looking forward to more electric vehicles seen on the roads since they are venturing $50 billion into the production of electric vehicles. By the end of 2023, they are on the target of 600,000 electric products produced. And 2,000,000 by the end of 2026.

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