On the road during lockdown

Here's what motorists should know.

Meet Smokey Nagata

The man behind the legendary twin-turbo V12 Toyota Supra build.

More SA-built Fords on way: R125-million Silverton upgrade

2017-06-07 07:30

Image: Quickpic

Pretoria – Ford has invested more than R125-million to upgrade the 3000-metre vehicle conveyor system at its Silverton factory in Pretoria.

The upgrade will increase production capacity for the locally-built Ford Ranger and Everest.

More capacity

The investment forms part of the automaker's expansion plans to increase the factory's capacity by 22% from 27 jobs-per-hour to 33 jobs-per-hour by January 2018.

Top 10 best-selling bakkies in SA

The new conveyor system, means fewer delays in production and, says Ford SA, "an increase in the number of vehicles manufactured for the South African market, as well as for export to 148 markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa".

Image: Quickpic

Read more on:    ford  |  south africa  |  auto industry  |  everest  |  bakkies

There are new stories on the homepage. Click here to see them.