Ford Investing $1.3 Billion into Kentucky Truck Plant to Prepare It for 2017 Super Duty Production
Ford calls its upcoming 2017 Super Duty the toughest, smartest, and most capable one yet. The Blue Oval is making big changes to it. That means it needs to make equally big changes to the home of Super Duty production.
Well all know that the world isn’t a safe place. But what if you’re traveling through some of the seedy areas, like Chicago, but you want to make it through safely, but also comfortably? You call up USSV and order a Rhino GX that’s built on top of the Ford F-450 Super Duty platform, that’s what.
Here in the U.S., we believe that with the lightest of sprinklings of snow or rain, we need all-wheel drive. Then there’s the AMAZON.
If you live in a part of the country where heavy snowfall is expected, you need to be prepared to handle it – and so does your Ford truck.
During the reveal of the 2017 Ford Super Duty at the State Fair of Texas, we learned a great deal about the new truck. While some details are still unknown, one thing that piqued our interest was how Ford tested the new Super Duty with different types of aftermarket equipment.