Neither Amazon nor Ford can control a major issue.

There are two distinct markets served by Amazon and Ford.
Streaming online commerce, sports, and other content is a gold mine that both Microsoft and Google are competing for.

Dearborn, on the other hand, has shifted its concentration from creating automobiles with internal combustion engines to making electric vehicles.

When it comes to clean automobiles, even if one company doesn't produce cars and the other isn't an e-commerce behemoth, they both have the same goal.

Amazon is constantly expanding its logistics network in order to remain at the forefront of the fight for quick product delivery.

Ford's goal that the gap between them and Tesla doesn't become so large that it's insurmountable.
They invested in Rivian, a maker of electric trucks, vans, and SUVs

Finally, as production rates climb, the new car manufacturer is encountering the traditional maturation issues