Ford Revs Up F-150 Lightning Production Date

It appears that Ford is making a concerted effort to improve its EV offerings, and the restart of F-150 Lightning production is testament to that. In addition to reworking the battery pack to include SK On’s cells, the automaker plans on continuing to hold already produced vehicles as it works through engineering and parts updates. This move indicates that Ford is committed to ensuring that their EVs are high quality and reliable, which should make them more appealing options for buyers.

While the company is unaware of any incidences of this issue in the field, it appears that Ford’s suspension of production for F-150 Lightning models may be precautionary and not indicative of a widespread battery issue. The company has yet to release a statement as to why the test failed or what caused it. Although dealers can still sell models on the lot, customers should be wary and continue to monitor their vehicle’s battery health.

The only recall for the Ford Explorer thus far has been for a faulty tire pressure sensor. This suggests thatFord believes the vehicle is safe to drive. However, it is only a matter of time before another issue crops up and requires customer service attention. Until then, drivers should be prepared to deal with any potential problems that may arise from driving this popular SUV

Ford’s decision to pause production of the vehicle may have been based on its rapidly scaling production numbers. The company reported it shipped 13,258 Lightning models in 2022, which is up from the 10,000 models total it had shipped in 2020. Ford has stated previously that it intends to make 150,000 Lightning models by the end of 2023. If these numbers continue to grow exponentially and Ford does not resume production of the vehicle soon, consumers could be left without a choice when choosing a new car.

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