Ford Intros F-150 MVP Limited Edition Trucks

Posted: Mar 30 2016, 1:54pm CDT | by , Updated: Mar 31 2016, 6:51pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

Ford Intros F-150 MVP Limited Edition Trucks
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  • The Kansas City-Built F-150 MVP Edition is officially introduced by Ford!

The new vehicle will have a limited run with only 300 Ford F-150 MVP edition trucks built.

Ford just introduced the special edition limited run Ford F-150 truck. Ford announced a limited run of 300 Ford F-150 MVP edition trucks will be released.

The trucks are built at the Kansas City Assembly Plant. The trucks are based on the F-150 XLT with the chrome package. The trucks will be available in either Oxford White or Blue Flame.

The F-150 MVP edition also includes special MVP badging, unique polished stainless rocker panels and a spray-in bed liner.

The idea for the 2016 Ford F-150 MVP edition started Marc Lassalle. Lassalle is a Kansas City Royals fan who wanted to celebrate his team’s second world championship.

The new truck follows the 1986 Ford Ranger MVP edition, created and sold in 1985. The original truck was created and sold to celebrate Kansas City’s first time as world champions.

Gary Johnson is the Ford vice president for North America manufacturing. According to Johnson, the Kansas City Royals are a great example of what terrific teamwork can accomplish. Similarly the Ford manufacturing team members at Kansas City Assembly Plant are committed to their work.

Ford applied custom accessories to its vehicles in the energy-efficient cave system. The customizations are added at Kansas City’s unique SubTropolis underground business complex. The Ford F-150 MVP edition is now on sale at the Kansas City area Ford dealers.

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