Semiconductor shortage hits Ford Bronco SUV, Ranger pickup production


Ford is launching the 2021 Bronco with more than 200 factory-backed aftermarket accessories for more capability and personalization.

Source: Ford

DETROIT – Ford Motor confirmed Wednesday another round of production cuts due to the ongoing shortage of semiconductor chips, saying it will impact early output of its highly anticipated Bronco SUV.

The automaker said it will extend shutdown times at several plants and add two weeks of downtime starting May 17 at its Michigan Assembly plant. The facility currently produces the Ford Ranger midsize pickup and early models of the relaunched Bronco, which was scheduled to start full production this summer.

The downtime won’t impact Ford’s plan to…


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