Ford, SWC's biggest customer is ... SURGING PRODUCTION!
DETROIT – Ford’s chief marketer and head of the Lincoln luxury division, Jim Farley, says the auto maker has modified the Lincoln vehicles it will sell in China when it launches the brand there next year.
Most Chinese luxury owners are chauffeured, and auto makers have responded by offering extended wheelbase versions of their vehicles. Farley declines to say whether Lincoln will follow a similar strategy but admits Chinese luxury customers have different wants and needs.
FLAT ROCK, Mich., Sept. 10, 2012 – Ford Motor Company and its employees today are opening a new era at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant, complete with a new name, 1,200 additional hourly jobs coming next year and plans to produce the 2013 Ford Fusion midsize sedan.