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FoxNews.com automotive editor Gary Gastelu discusses Ford’s new electric pick-up F-150 Lightning.
Ford is turning up the juice at its electric truck factory.
The automaker announced on Tuesday that it has added a third shift to the production line for the F-150 Lightning pickup.
Final assembly for the truck is handled at the Rouge Electric Vehicle Center in Michigan, which is adjacent to the main factory where conventional F-150s are built.
Approximately 250 staff are being added to the F-150 Lightning line.
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