Cleveland Plant First to Build 'Green' Engines

July 2009
Assembly;Jul2009, Vol. 52 Issue 7, p15
The article announces the production of the new Eco Boost engine by Ford Motor Co. Such step is said to be part of the company's plans to offer fuel economy in its product line. The production began at the company's Engine Plant No. 1 in Cleveland, Ohio where Ford reportedly invested about $55 million for the retooling of the facility. The new engine will be available in the 2010 Lincoln MKS and Lincoln MKT.


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