Ford Shifting EV Production To Mexico

By Ray Prince Ford is shuffling its assembly lines, announcing a move of its battery-electric vehicle production to Mexico from Michigan to create more production space for its self-driving vehicles.
One such vehicle among its electrified offerings is expected to be a 300-mile range electric crossover.
According to Ford, a shift away from its Flat Rock, Mich. plant to the Cuautitlán Stamping and Assembly Plant in Mexico will accommodate self-driving car production and free production space to create approximately 150 new jobs. The company also is doing it to hit much-needed production milestones, working towards a 2021 release of a commercial-grade hybrid.
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