LIVONIA, MI – Ford Motor Co. is pouring $866 million into six Michigan plants to increase flexibility and ready them for advanced powertrain production. The investments, which already have occurred, will allow Ford to fortify its small-car lineup, produce more fuel-efficient transmissions and continue its worldwide truck leadership, the struggling auto maker says. “We’re here to make good on a promise we made, a promise to celebrate a substantial investment in six of our Michigan ...

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