The new Ford Ranger pickup is being built at one of the carmaker’s most famous factories (F)
|10/22/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Ford has begun rolling pre-production Ranger pickup trucks off the line at its Michigan Assembly plant.
- Ford has invested $850 million in the factory, which dates to the late 1950s.
- The new Ford Ranger will be a modern, high-tech midsize pickup.
The hotly anticipated new Ford Ranger pickup truck is starting to roll off the automaker’s assembly lines. But the truck is only part of the story.
It’s being built at Ford’s Michigan Assembly plant, which opened in 1957. The factory has bolted together some legendary trucks, including Ford’s bestselling F-150 pickup and the legendary Bronco SUV (which is read more >>>