The Amazing 20-Hour Process Of Building A New Ford F-150 Raptor

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Bloomberg's Matt Miller just paid a visit to Ford's Dearborn Truck Plant known as "The Rouge" to pick up his new F-150 Raptor and see how the most popular pickup in America comes together. The setup is pretty impressive.

Over the 20-hour course of a Ford F-150's assembly, 1,000 people put their hands on it. The Rouge churns out about 1,250 of these trucks every day it operates.


Go ahead and ignore the play button in the image... check out the video on Bloomberg's site here and get a glimpse of what it takes to turn a heap of steel, plastics, and polymers into a pickup truck as narrated in Miller's classic newscaster cadence.

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