|Native name||«Форд Соллерс Холдинг» ООО|
|Type||Private joint venture|
|Founded||1 October 2011|
|Key people||Ted Cannis (CEO)|
|Owner(s)||Ford Motor Company (50%)
Sollers JSC (50%)
On 1 October 2011, the CEO of Ford Alan Mulally and Sollers' general director Vadim Shvetsov announced the creation of an equally owned joint venture called Ford Sollers to produce Ford-branded cars. The new company took control of the Ford's factory in Vsevolozhsk (opened in 2002) and two Sollers' factories in Yelabuga. The head offices were established in Khimki.
The first model produced by the venture in Yelabuga was the Ford Transit. Later, at the same location, was started the production of the Kuga, the S-Max, the Galaxy and the Explorer. There are plans to produce the Ecosport beginning in 2014.
- Ford Transit (2012–present)
- Ford Kuga (2012–present)
- Ford S-MAX (2012–present)
- Ford Galaxy (2012–present)
- Ford Explorer (2012–present)
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