Ford’s autonomous car technology has become a hot topic this year after a report surfaced that the automaker was planning to build its first fully autonomous vehicle by the end of 2019.
Ford has now confirmed to Reuters that it’s working on a fully autonomous car, but it’s still a ways off from production.
The company has been pushing the envelope for autonomous technology since the end in 2018.
Ford says it’s building a new vehicle, known as the F-150, that will be capable of driving itself, but we’ll have to wait until 2019 to see if it can really make it to market.
The new F-100 SUV, which is slated for a 2019 release, will be the first fully-autonomous vehicle to be built in the US.
Ford said it would be launching the F100 with a self-driving system at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month, but the automakers announcement about its F-80 supercar came after it was revealed that it was looking to ramp up production of the F80 for a possible 2021 release.
That’s why the automaking giant has been working with a startup called Ford Fusion.
Ford Fusion has been developing autonomous vehicles in a bid to build a global fleet.
The Ford Fusion concept car, which was revealed last year, is a hybrid-electric hybrid, with a battery pack that powers the vehicle.
The vehicle uses autonomous technology to keep itself safe in extreme conditions.
Ford’s plan to release a fully-Autonomous vehicle is a big step forward for Ford, which has been a pioneer in autonomous technology.
The automaker has also invested heavily in the technology, partnering with Ford Fusion on its Fusion Electric SUV.
The F-200, which came out in 2018, was the first truly autonomous vehicle to reach production, and it was also a big hit for Ford.
The supercar, which costs $100,000 more than its predecessor, was able to navigate more than 20 miles per hour, reach speeds of over 140 miles per gallon and climb more than 15,000 feet.