Death of Ford Falcon Australia Denotes the end of the ICE age

Dominique Trual Molintas

PATTS College of Aeronautics
Manila, Philippines
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This article seeks to establish a significant evaluation of the Australian Automobile Industry, particularly at the time of the closure of Ford Motor Company Australia. By application of multiple methods in a three-tier analysis, this article illustrates the conclusive that scientific advances redefine the economic, legal, social and political life—and can even render pointless a political economy of aid. Incredible indelible markings of the Ford Automobile as forerunner of the 20th century Industrial Revolution; and successive transformations that shaped history, industry, and culture. Defining Australian sorts in two ways: One is that the local manufacture of the automobile provisioned a basic necessity across a wide dispersion of settlements; which enabled better living and the Australian affluence. Second, the Australian car culture and motorsport flourished. The Ford Automobile brought forth the genesis of Mount Panorama Circuit and the Mad Max’s Pursuit Special of the last of the V8 Interceptors; the iconic black GT Falcon muscle car. Those hot super Sedans Australia and Utes turn out to be cultural icons. In this tier review the 1976 PESTLE tool by Harvard scholar Francis Aguilar; the 1979 Porter Model analysis of competition by Michael Porter, and the 2017 World Economic Forum conceptual framework for preparedness are integrated.

Keywords: climate justice, scientific advancement, strategy, just transition, competition, tariff wall


International Journal of Small and Medium Enterprises and Business Sustainability
Volume 09 No. 01 March 2024