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Update on Mach E production, the Ohio plant could be it as indicated in a new report. Originally it was in Michigan:

"Ford no longer intends to build EVs alongside Mustangs at its plant in Flat Rock, Mich., south of Detroit, according to the people, who asked not to be identified. The product now appears to be heading to the automaker’s plant in Avon Lake, Ohio, near Cleveland, where it’s investing $900 million to build an unspecified new product in 2023." ~ autonews


"Click here for the UAW's Ford contract briefing documents

The UAW outlined the Ohio investment Friday in a document highlighting the tentative agreement the union reached with Ford earlier this week. Workers will start voting on the contract on Nov. 4.

Roughly a year and a half after moving production of a future electric utility vehicle to Mexico from Flat Rock, Ford said in March it planned to build other battery-powered models there and add a second shift of workers by 2023. The apparent switch to Ohio leaves the factory making only the Mustang and the Lincoln Continental sedan."
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