The first Go Electric consumer report by Ford is intended to act as a regular barometer of the British public's views on electric vehicles (EVs).
Ford is calling on policymakers, energy providers, local authorities, consumers and the automotive industry to join forces on a nationwide electrification strategy.
Ford has committed to sell only electric cars in Europe by 2030, with all Ford cars sold in the continent by 2026 expected to be zero-emissions capable.
Ford's e-scooter company Spin is working with multiple UK universities with £100,000 in funding to research safety, rider behaviour and transport integration.
Ford and Smart Transport member ALD Automotive will work on new mobility services and solutions as part of a new joint venture.
Ford and its consortium partners have received government backing for the introduction of 5G connectivity to speed up electric vehicle manufacturing.
Ford is calling on the automotive industry and the Government to work in partnership to boost adoption rates of plug-in vehicles with a clear strategy for incentives and infrastructure.
Ford has chosen Cologne, Germany as its first market outside of the US to launch its Spin micromobility and e-scooter brand.