Ford will create thousands of factory jobs and invest $3.7 billion in the production of electric vehicles and gasoline engines

Ford Motor Co. plans to add 6,200 unionized manufacturing jobs and invest $3.7 billion in plants in Michigan, Ohio and Missouri as it seeks to expand vehicle production and to prepare for the upcoming labor negotiations.

The multi-billion dollar investment will go towards retooling factories to build new versions of gasoline-powered models, such as the Ford Ranger pickup truck and Mustang sports car, the automaker said Thursday. Ford also plans to expand production of its electric F-150 Lightning in Michigan, as well as add an all-electric commercial pickup truck to its Missouri assembly plant.


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