Ford’s EV price cuts could pressure profitability, a headwind the automaker needs to address

Attendees perspective a Ford Mustang Mach-E GT all through opening day of the 2022 New York Intercontinental Auto Exhibit (NYIAS) in New York, on Friday, April 15, 2022.

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Ford Motor (F) confirmed Monday what Jim Cramer has been speculating for months: Price cuts on its electric cars next equivalent moves by Tesla (TSLA). Even though participating in this selling price war was needed for Ford to remain competitive and preserve purchaser need, we’re worried about the dent the Club keeping faces in profitability.