See How a Ford F-150 is Built at a Manufacturing Facility

By Product Expert | Posted in Ford F-150, Ford Media on Saturday, November 3rd, 2018 at 12:00 am
Production Worker Installing the Ford Badge on the Grille of a Ford F-150

A great deal of effort goes into building the tough, durable, and highly-capable Ford F-150, as designers, engineers, plant workers, and advanced robotics work seamlessly together to produce this iconic pickup truck. Watch this video to see how the Ford F-150 is built at the Rouge Complex manufacturing facility, in which new truck rolls off the assembly line every 53 seconds.

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2 Responses to “See How a Ford F-150 is Built at a Manufacturing Facility”

  1. Dan Alger Sr says:

    I have a 2016 Escape Titanium, and a 2001 Ranger XLT. Love them both.
    I just wish I could fix the front end and get it aligned.

  2. joe james says:

    l need a tech to call Riverside Ford Brockville about my f150 5.0 litler 2012. They key not telling the engine to start, they change the mean computer and body sensor. Please call Dan at Riverside Ford he is there tec get they open 730 Tuesday morning 613 342 0234
    thank you Joe James

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