Category: 2002 News

02/06/2002 – All-New Ford Crosstrainer Will Be Key To Product-Led Transformation

Source: Ford Motor Company ALL-NEW FORD CROSSTRAINER WILL BE KEY TO PRODUCT-LED TRANSFORMATION CHICAGO, Feb. 6, 2002 – The Ford CrossTrainer – designed to combine Ford’s SUV and family car leadership in a new vehicle unlike anything else on the market – will be built at the Chicago Assembly Plant beginning in 2004, the company […] More »

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http://www.ford-trucks.com/news/newsg8.html

Source: Ford Motor Company FORD F-SERIES SUPER DUTY GIVES CUSTOMERS POWER AND STYLE “F-Series Super Duty is the toughest of the tough trucks. We have combined brute capability with performance. This truck is going to do the job for the customer, no matter how big or small the job is.” – Steve Lyons, Ford Division […] More »

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12/03/2002 – Ford’s New Flexible Assembly System Will Save Up To $2 Billion Over 10 Years

Source: Ford Motor Company DEARBORN, Mich., Dec. 3, 2002 — Ford’s three plants producing the all-new 2004 F-150 in Norfolk, Va., Kansas City, Mo., and Dearborn, Mich. will lead the company’s roll out of its new flexible assembly system. Consider equipment changeovers that once took months being accomplished in days. That’s what will happen with […] More »

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02/11/2002 – Ford’s Special Vehicle Team Crafts Vehicle Number 100,000

Source: Ford Motor Company FORD’S SPECIAL VEHICLE TEAM CRAFTS VEHICLE NUMBER 100,000 Rapidly approaching its 10th Anniversary of producing Ford’s exclusive performance cars and trucks, the Ford Special Vehicle Team (SVT) is marking the production of its 100,000th vehicle – a 2002 SVT F-150 Lightning. “Given how rare SVT vehicles are, it’s hard to imagine […] More »

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10/07/2002 – 2003 F-Series Super Duty Gets More Choices, More Capability

Source: Ford Motor Company 2003 F-SERIES SUPER DUTY GETS MORE CHOICES, MORE CAPABILITY “Ford trucks are the proven leaders because we listen to our customers. In early 2003, F-Series Super Duty will offer additional equipment choices as well as an all-new powertrain – and our customers are going to love it.” – Doug Scott, Ford […] More »

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