Ford (NYSE: F) plans to move 100% to electric vehicles in Europe . . .
As part of the company’s plans to “double down” on EVs.
One tiny EV battery stock could be a key supplier to Ford and General Motors (NYSE: GM). And that’s just one reason I’m scooping up shares BEFORE the IPO.
Wall Street’s top firms are already investing nearly $500 million in this Pre-IPO. Plus, regular investors can also jump in before this private stock goes public.
My price target suggests that the stock could jump 460% AFTER the deal is done.
Ford just announced two ambitious goals . . .
- Every passenger vehicle will be capable of zero emissions by mid-2026
- 100% of the vehicles will be all-electric by 2030
Ford plans to spend $22 billion on EV initiatives over the next five years. That is double the previously announced plans.
Europe is currently the biggest market for EVs – with 1.3 million passenger vehicles on the road. China is the runner-up with 1.2 million EVs.
Today, Ford announced a $1 billion investment in Germany.
The funds will be used to convert an existing production facility to making 100% EVs.
Other major automaker including Jaguar Land Rover, Kia, Volkswagen and Daimler are also announcing major EV initiatives.
2020 was the year that Tesla Motors (NASDAQ: TSLA) took off . . .
And 2021 will be the year that the other automakers play catch-up.
Right now, we’re in the early innings of an EV boom. And just about every single of the electric vehicle stocks is taking off (go here for my #1 EV Pre-IPO for February).
That’s why I’m focused on scooping up Pre-IPO shares of new electric vehicle stocks.
One of my favorite electric vehicle stocks is a lidar sensor company started by ex-Apple engineers. The company’s lidar could be found in new cars from Ford and even the Apple Car.
Another top pick is an EV battery stock that just did $100 million in annual sales. Plus, they have a backlog of over $1.5 billion in future sales!
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Inside you’ll get details on the why EV companies are rushing to go public in 2021.
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