Where Are Ford Vehicles Manufactured?
When it comes to buying a new vehicle, many of our mindful car shoppers are asking how their purchase will contribute to the nation’s economy. If you’re looking to dive into the details of where your favorite models come from, you’ve come to the right place. This guide will highlight where all Ford vehicles are manufactured to help you make an educated choice in your next vehicle purchase.
Are Ford Vehicles Made in America?
Nearly all Ford vehicles sold in North America are manufactured in the United States with a few plants located in Mexico and Canada. The Ford Edge midsize SUV and the Ford Fusion midsize sedan are the only models for MY 2020 that are assembled outside of the U.S. Here’s a list showing where each vehicle in the Ford lineup is assembled as of this year:
- Chicago, IL: Ford Explorer
- Louisville, KY: Ford Escape, Ford Expedition, Ford Super Duty
- Wayne, MI: Ford Ranger, Ford Bronco
- Kansas City, MO: Ford F-150, Ford Transit
- Flat Rock, MI: Ford Mustang
- Avon Lake, OH: Ford E-Series
- Ontario, Canada: Ford Edge
- Hermosillo, Mexico: Ford Fusion
- Cuautitlán Izcalli, Mexico: 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E
Where is the Ford Motor Company Headquarters Located?
Ford’s main headquarters – known as the Four World Headquarters or the Henry Ford II World Center –is located in Dearborn, Michigan. The building was built in the 1950s at the peak of American optimism. The Four World Headquarters is scheduled to undergo renovations starting in 2021. These updates will connect the building to a series of new and existing buildings, parking decks, soccer fields and an arboretum.
Test Drive New Ford Vehicles near Atlanta, GA
And if you’re looking to test drive the best American-made models in the lineup, you can find a vast selection in Georgia’s largest Ford inventory at the Akins Ford dealership located just outside of Atlanta, GA. You can check out our full stock of new Ford models online, or schedule your test drive appointment with us online to get the ball rolling today!