Here Come the Kansas City-Built 2015 Ford F-150s
Ford is running at full steam to produce the aluminum-bodied F-150. After 13 weeks of upgrades, the Kansas City, MO plant is now online.
Ford’s decision to switch its perennial sales juggernaut, the F-150, from a steel to an aluminum body starting with the 2015 model year was a big gamble, to say the least. That didn’t mean the Blue Oval had bet all of its chips, though. The Super Duty lineup was still going to be steel-bodied…but not for long.
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The jacked up Super Duty definitely appears to be less than stock, but the main thing you see is definitely the new custom paint that screams Buffalo Bills.
Ford knows the definition of a good problem to have. It’s had to bump up the number of employees at its Oakville Assembly plant near Toronto, Canada that will build the 2015 Edge by 40 percent.