Bill Ford Jr., the executive chairman of the board of directors of Ford Motor Co., was on NPR today warning about things in the future of car culture, including something called “global gridlock”.
Bill Ford focused on the coming global gridlock crisis and asked Ted goers to help Ford generate solutions. Ford talked about his lifelong dual passions of cars and the environment. “I’ve worked for Ford for 30 years and more most of those years we’ve worried about how to sell more cars and trucks. But now I worry about, what if all we do is sell more cars and trucks.”