Ford Accelerates Global Redesign; Delivers $1.1B Net Income, $2.4B Adj. EBIT, $0.29 EPS, $0.44 Adj. EPS • Net Income of $1.1B and Adj. EBIT of $2.4B driven by strong North America and Ford Credit results; Ford on track to deliver better full-year results in 2019 than 2018 • North America EBIT margin at 8.7%, up 0.9 ppts, driven by strong net pricing and product mix • Ford making progress in operations outside North America, with an EBIT loss of $196M, about flat year over year and a $632M improvement from prior quarter • Incurred $592M of charges for special items, the vast majority a result of Europe and South America redesign actions • Ended the quarter with $24.2B in cash and $35.2B in liquidity; both above targets 2019 FIRST QUARTER FINANCIAL RESULTS* Net Company Cash Flows Company Company Adjusted Income Adj. EBIT from Op. Adj. Op. Revenue Net Income Adj. EBIT EPS EPS Margin Margin Activities Cash Flow (GAAP) (GAAP) (Non-GAAP) (GAAP) (Non-GAAP) (GAAP) (Non-GAAP) (GAAP) (Non-GAAP) 1Q 2019 $40.3B $1.1B $2.4B $0.29 $0.44 2.8% 6.1% $3.5B $1.9B B/(W) 1Q 2018 $(1.6)B $(0.6)B $0.3B $(0.14) $0.01 (1.3) ppts 0.9 ppts $ - B $(1.1)B DEARBORN, Mich., April 25, 2019 – Ford Motor Company today released its first quarter 2019 financial results as it accelerates its global redesign efforts. Revenue was down on lower volume, driven by global industry decline and the discontinuation of the North America Focus, as well as the production ramp up for the all-new Explorer. Net income was down, primarily driven by special items charges of about $600 million, the vast majority associated with the exit of heavy truck operations in South America, announced in February, and the redesign of European operations including the restructuring of the company’s Russia joint venture, announced in March. Company adjusted EBIT was $2.4 billion, up $262 million year over year, driven by strong performance in North America and at Ford Credit. “With a solid plan in place, we promised 2019 would be a year of action and execution for Ford, and that’s what we delivered in the first quarter,” said Jim Hackett, Ford president and CEO. “We’re pleased with the progress and the optimism that it brings. Our global team continues to restlessly strive to improve our operational fitness, delight customers with ever-improving vehicles and services, and prepare Ford to win in the future. Our goal remains to become the world’s most trusted company, designing smart vehicles for a smart world.” In North America, share and revenue both improved year over year, driven by the performance of franchise strengths in trucks and utilities. EBIT was $2.2 billion, up year over year, due to stronger net pricing and product mix. EBIT margin was 8.7 percent, improved by nearly a percentage point from the same quarter last year. Meanwhile, F-Series continued to perform well, with sales and segment share both up year over year and retail average transaction price flat at about $47,000 per vehicle, despite all-new products from competitors. The region also will benefit this year from a significant wave of product launches focused on trucks and utilities, including Ranger, Super Duty, Explorer and Escape, as well the all-new Aviator and all-new Corsair from Lincoln. By the end of 2020, Ford will have replaced 75 percent of its current U.S. product lineup. “This quarter was a really good start for the year,” said Bob Shanks, Ford chief financial officer. “We expect first quarter EBIT to be the strongest of the year due to seasonal factors and major product launches ahead. It does, however, put us on track to deliver better company results in 2019 than last year .” Outside North America, the company had an EBIT loss of $196 million, which was an improvement of $632 million from the prior quarter, with Europe, Asia Pacific Operations and Middle East and Africa all profitable. In South America, Ford is moving toward a more lean and agile business model, and announced in the quarter that it would close its São Bernardo manufacturing facility, ceasing production of heavy trucks and the Fiesta small car. Ford Credit had EBT of $801 million, up 25 percent year over year and the best quarterly result since 2010, driven by favorable lease residual values and credit loss performance. Ford’s balance sheet remains strong, with $24.2 billion in cash and $35.2 billion in liquidity, both above company targets of $20 billion and $30 billion, respectively. In addition, following the end of the quarter, on April 23, Ford closed on a $3.5 billion supplemental credit facility, further strengthening its liquidity and providing additional financial flexibility. This is on top of Ford’s corporate revolving facility of $13.4 billion. Ford Motor Company 1Q April 25, 2019 * See endnote on page 4.

The following information was filed by Ford Motor Co (F) on Thursday, April 25, 2019 as an 8K 2.02 statement, which is an earnings press release pertaining to results of operations and financial condition. It may be helpful to assess the quality of management by comparing the information in the press release to the information in the accompanying 10-Q Quarterly Report statement of earnings and operation as management may choose to highlight particular information in the press release.

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