Ford Motor Co.’s stock rallied 1.1% in morning trade Friday, after the carmaker say May vehicles sales rose 0.7% from a year ago, with increases in truck and SUV sales offsetting a sharp decline in car sales. Truck sales rose 9.4%, with F-Series sales up 11.3% and Transit sales up 12.4%, while E-Series sales dropped 27.5%. SUV sales increased 0.5%, as a 13.7% rise in Lincoln brand SUVs to 7,295 vehicles offset a 0.7% decline in Ford brand SUVs to 74,406 vehicles. Car sales tumbled 13.3%, with Ford branded car sales losing 11.7% and Lincoln brand sales tumbling 36.5%. Ford said in a statement that the “generational shift” from passenger cars to SUVs continues, while F-Series sales marking 13 consecutive months of year-over-year gains. The stock has soared 13.5% over the past three months, while the S&P 500 has gained 1.8%.