Ford Motor Co. appears to be planning to build 55,000 units a year of its upcoming Super Duty-based sport/utility vehicle (SUV) currently dubbed Excursion, tax documents filed with the state of Kentucky indicate. Ford plans to spend $174 million to retool its Kentucky Truck Assembly plant and begin production of the vehicle in the third quarter of this year, the tax filing indicates. While the company only refers to the vehicle as a “new version” of the Super Duty truck in its application ...

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