Foreign automakers dominate the top 15 most "American-made" cars.
Driving the partnerships is the need to invest significantly in new technology as a slowdown in auto sales squeeze margins.
Ford's Interceptor Utility is an all-new model aimed at maintaining its dominance in the law enforcement market.
The carmaker is also closing an engine plant in the U.K. as part of its $11 billion restructuring.
The carmakers are trimming thousands of jobs as production lines shift and sales slow in key markets.
The first wave of layoffs will begin Tuesday and include 500 salaried workers in the U.S. this week.
General Motors and Volvo already offer the service from the e-commerce giant.
The carmaker previously hired an outside law firm to investigate the issue.
The carmaker is in the midst of a major international restructuring effort.
The investment builds upon Ford's $11 billion effort to produce more emissions-free vehicles.
The company launched its first commercial, self-driving fleet in December 2018.
The notification affects trucks that were serviced after a prior recall.
The announcement comes as Ford looks to hasten work on a global overhaul of its operations.
Declining sales of passenger cars weighed down increases in other models.
The update to one of Ford's most popular models comes as it looks to turnaround slow sales.
The decision is part of a $11 billion restructuring effort.
Current Snap Inc. CFO Tim Stone will replace retiring CFO Bob Shanks.
The EPA said it takes "the potential issues seriously."
The move is part of a broader $11 billion global restructuring effort.
The industry is bracing to see whether Trump will impose tariffs on imports of vehicles and auto parts.