"We are driving carbon reductions with more hybrids, plug-in hybrids and battery electric vehicles. It will be our strongest global electrified product offering, and we are investing $11 billion to put these new electric vehicles on the road," Ford spokeswoman Christin Baker said Thursday. "We support a clean car standard based on a data-driven review agreed with President Obama. We fully expect future fuel economy requirements will be more rigorous, but they should consider affordability and consumer demand as well."
She said current law would bar doctors from consulting her about Ms. Baker's condition because they have no official recognition.