Ford P platform

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The Ford P platform is Ford Motor Company's full-size pickup platform.


F-Series trucks are built in Cuatitlan, Mexico, Dearborn, Michigan, Claycomo, Missouri, and Valencia, Venezuela. It was also built in Oakville, Ontario until its closure in 2004. In 2007, the related T1 platform entered production for the large SUVs.

Vehicles that were on the P2 platform include:


A new Super Duty version of the P platform was debuted in 2006 for the 2008 model year. Production of the Super Duty trucks will continue at the Louisville, Kentucky truck plant.

Future vehicles:


The 2009 F150 will be built in Dearborn, Michigan at Dearborn Truck Plant (DTP), part of the Rouge River Complex; and in Claycomo, Missouri at Kansas City Assembly Plant (KCAP). Ford announced the closure of the Norfolk facility in 2008.

Current Ford platforms
B3 (subcompact FWD) · C1 (compact car FWD) · CD2 (compact SUV FWD/AWD)

CD3 (mid-size car FWD/AWD) · D3 (full-size car FWD/AWD) · EUCD (mid-size car FWD/AWD)
D2C (sports car RWD) · P2/P3 (full-size car pickup) · U2/U3 (mid-size SUV)
T1 (full-size SUV) · V2 (minivan) · VN (full-size van)
DEW98 (mid-size car RWD) · Panther (full-size car RWD) · VH (sports car RWD)