Ford says it’s moving all remaining Mustang vehicles to the new site

Ford is announcing that it will open up all of its Mustang vehicles in China to make way for the new website.

The automaker’s chief marketing officer and head of global sales and customer experience, Scott Wiebe, told reporters at the company’s headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan that Ford’s fleet will be moved to the China site, which will be fully automated.

The Ford Mustang, which has been the top seller for years, will be the first brand to move its fleet from one site to the other.

Wiebel said that the new Ford website will also allow customers to shop, order, and place their orders online.

It is a major step in the company s transition from its former manufacturing center in Toledo, Ohio, to a more automated facility in the southeastern U.S. The company has been a leader in the transition to the more automated production facility in Michigan.

Ford is now producing its entire Mustang lineup there, with all the models that have been produced in the U.K. and the U:C.

In 2018, Ford reported a loss of $1.2 billion on revenue of $35.3 billion, or $0.02 per share.