1,000 cars, 300 trucks and 100 helicopters will be put on display at the Farnborough International Airshow in Britain this weekend.
Automakers are looking to raise billions of dollars for the project, which has a wide range of uses, including powering vehicles and industrial robots.
It will be the first time that cars, trucks and helicopters are used to demonstrate technology and design.
“We’re really pleased to be here to showcase our latest innovations to the world and the automotive world,” Ford CEO Mark Fields said.
We’re going to show the world the way to the future.
“Ford has been using drones and laser beams to show off its electric cars.
The company’s next-generation Focus Electric SUV is expected to debut in 2018.
There are currently more than 4,000 vehicles in the Ford lineup.
Ford is in the process of acquiring General Motors for $2.5 billion and a new factory in Mexico is set to open next year.
Its U.S. operations will move to Mexico, which is still reeling from a massive fire that ravaged the plant in April, killing 577 workers and forcing the closure of nearly 300 assembly lines.