Updated Ford Order Guides are available for download in the Documents/Guides section for the following vehicles:
2020 F-Series Super Duty Pick-Up
There are no Lincoln Order Guide updates.
Sadly, it's now four Ford workers who have lost their lives to Covid-19 and Ford now indefinitely delays the reopening of plants
Looks like Jim Hackett is planning furloughs if the crisis lingers on...,.
As of now it is on schedule (they haven't notified tier 1 suppliers that it isn't) That launch is far enough away that as long as things start to get back to semi-normal in mid June things should be okay. Some of the software guys and engineers are being super productive, really good way to look at bugs and fix things because they stay out of in office meetings and away from the micromanagers. It is also allowing some of the programmers to be night owls and tackling a multitude of issues as well as have time to do some fun/cool stuff they might not always have had time in the past to do. Based on some supplier reports summer shutdown weeks will be moved or eliminated all together.
Ford still has the foot on the gas as much as it can vs GM and FCA. Ford needs new product in the showroom, they've ben taking about the next 18 months for 3 years getting this right is the companies future.
Wow, really? I had no idea. First I ever heard of that, and I don't see it in the brochure or anything, but, okay.
Edit: I found the Order Guide on this site. I see the XL trim, fleet only, does not have the 3rd row standard, it appears. Is that what you meant? I don't see in there where you can delete the 3rd row.
Yes. I think that would be accurate, although I can't say I've heard a horn from a Camry recently. 🤔
As for DRL's, I think they're a safety must these days. The amount of visibility they give other distracted drivers of your presence on the road has saved many accidents since they were instituted years ago, much like the center brake light that came out in the mid-80's. Lots of today's models come with them in LED form which looks cool, and in vehicles like my new Edge you can turn them off if you feel the need. I personally always want people to see me coming so I leave mine on.
Personally, I doubt the Bronco or Bronco Sport will launch as first planned. Nobody ever planned on having factories shut down for weeks, or even months, because of some virus. It's not just Ford though, the entire industry is in the same position. All anybody can do is ride the wave until the worst is over.