Key Performance Data
|Pre-tax profits (excluding special items), $ billion||7.3||10.8||10.41|
Customers and Products
|Ford U.S. corporate average fuel economy, combined car and truck, miles per gallon (higher mpg reflects improvement)||30.1||30||29.82|
|Ford U.S. CO2 tailpipe emissions per vehicle, combined car and truck, grams per mile (lower grams per mile reflects improvement)||297||296||3083|
|Ford Europe CO2 tailpipe emissions per passenger vehicle, grams per kilometer (100% of vehicles)4||121.449||118.133||120.034|
|Global Quality Research System “things gone wrong” (3 months in service), total “things gone wrong” per 1,000 vehicles5|
|Middle East & Africa||1,046||775||510|
|Global Quality Research System customer satisfaction (3 months in service), percent highly satisfied5|
|Middle East & Africa||62||67||70|
|U.S. safety recalls, number per calendar year (including legacy vehicles on the road for 10+ years)||40||40||33|
|U.S. safety recalls, million units (including legacy vehicles on the road for 10+ years)||4.746||4.99||5.97|
|Percent of nameplates achieving five-star New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) Overall Vehicle Score (percent of Ford Motor Company vehicles tested by model year)7||65||62||71|
|Worldwide facility energy consumption, billion kilowatt hours||14.948||14.6||14.2|
|Worldwide facility energy consumption per vehicle, kilowatt hours per vehicle||2,470||2,244||2,133|
|Worldwide facility CO2 emissions, million metric tons||4.6||4.7||4.6|
|Worldwide facility CO2 emissions per vehicle, metric tons||0.76||0.729||0.69|
|Global water use, million cubic meters||24.1||24.9||24.7|
|Global water use per vehicle produced, cubic meters||3.99||3.9010||3.70|
|Total supplier sites trained/retrained in sustainability management (cumulative, since 2005)||2,948||3,156||3,302|
|Assessments to date||990||1,071||1,106|
|Training cascade to workforce, individuals trained||559,755||630,218||705,216|
|Ford Motor Company Fund charitable contributions, $ million||30.2||37.2||38.9|
|Corporate charitable contributions, $ million||15.4||18.4||20.0|
|Volunteer Corps, thousand volunteer hours||160||186||204|
|Lost-time case rate by region (per 100 employees; cases with one or more days away from work per 200,000 hours)|
|Middle East & Africa||0.04||0.10||0.32|
|Employee satisfaction, Pulse survey, overall, percent satisfied||76||76||77|
|Overall dealer attitude, Ford, relative ranking on a scale of 1–100 percent (winter/summer score)||85/85||85/85||83/81|
|Overall dealer attitude, Lincoln, relative ranking on a scale of 1–100 percent (winter/summer score)||77/77||77/78||77/78|
- See pages 25 (pdf, 13.4MB) and 82 (pdf, 13.4MB) of Ford’s 2016 Form 10-K for definition and reconciliation to GAAP.
- The decline in combined car and truck fuel economy is primarily due to customers purchasing larger cars and more trucks. Our combined fleet fuel economy improved by 10% compared to 2009.
- Includes FFV Credit. The increase in combined car and truck CO2 is primarily due to customers purchasing larger cars and more trucks. Our combined fleet CO2 emissions improved by 10% compared to 2009.
- Data for 2014 and 2015 has been restated to include three decimal places in line with EU COM published data. EEA/EU COM published preliminary 2016 CO2 data. Official data expected in Q4 2017.
- “Things gone wrong” and customer satisfaction data are based on model years.
- Ford Action 14B04 (NHTSA Action Number of 14V343000) was superseded by 16S03 (NHTSA Action Number of 16V036000).
- This data includes Ford and Lincoln.
- 2014 data shows two decimal places to avoid a rounding discrepancy in the total.
- 2015 data has been restated due to a rounding error.
- 2015 data has been restated due to water meter repairs at a number of facilities.