- Ford reported its earnings for the final quarter of 2020 on Thursday.
- The automaker reported a $2.8 billion net loss in the fourth quarter.
- It also said it’s “doubling down” on electric vehicles, and committed billions to electrification.
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Ford on Thursday more than doubled the amount of money it plans to invest in electric and autonomous vehicles to $29 billion, even as it posted a fourth-quarter net loss of $2.8 billion.
The No. 2 US automaker also said the global semiconductor chip shortage could lead to a 10% to 20% loss