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The all-electric Ford Transit equipped with solar panels on it's roof is presented during an event in Halfweg, near Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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The new Ford Explorer, left, and Kuga, are displayed during a Ford presentation at SugarCity, an old sugar factory in Halfweg, near Amsterdam, Netherlands. At a glitzy unveiling of new cars with electric and hybrid engines, Ford of Europe Chairman Steven Armstrong warned of the potentially disastrous effects of a no-deal Brexit, in which the country leaves without a deal on future trade relations. That could mean tariffs and border checks that could seriously disrupt businesses, particularly the auto industry.

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Ford Motor India executive director (Manufacturing) R Balasundaram at the launch of the company's new EcoSport, in Chennai.

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Anurag Mehrotra, President and MD, Ford India and Vinay Raina, Executive Director-Marketing, Sales and Service, Ford India at the launch of New Ford EcoSport in Gurugram.

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The new Ford Mustang is on display during the first media day of the International Frankfurt Motor Show IAA in Frankfurt, Germany.

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Ford unveiled the Ford GT, a super car that will go into production next year, at the North American International Auto Show in a special unveiling inside Joe Louis Arena Downtown Detroit.

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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry talks to workers at a soon-to-be opened Ford India automotive factory in Sanand.

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The controversial advertisement for which Ford India has apologised. These ads, created by JWT India, were never commercially released but appeared on the website adsoftheworld.com. "We deeply regret this incident and agree with our agency partners that it should have never happened," Ford India said in a statement today. JWT India CEO has been quoted as saying that "these were made as posters by individuals. They have never been paid for and were not expected to be released."

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A car burns as workers block the main gate of the Ford plant in Genk, Belgium. Ford Motor Co. announced Wednesday it planned to close a car plant in eastern Belgium — one of its main European factories — by the end of 2014, a move that would result in 4,500 direct job losses and 5,000 more among subcontractors.

AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert

Ford Asia Pacific and Africa president Joe Hinrichs, left, shakes hand with Gujarat state Chief Minister Narendra Modi after signing a state support agreement between Government of Gujarat and Ford India Private Limited at Gandhinagar. The U S auto giant Ford signed an agreement with the government of Gujarat to invest approximately US $ 1.1 billion to construct a second manufacturing plant in India in the western state of Gujarat.

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Newly launched Figo car by Ford in New Delhi. The car has been priced at Rs. 3.5-4.48 lakh.

AP Photo/Manish Swarup

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