Ford’s Cuautitlan Stamping and Assembly Plant (CSAP) in Mexico has been pretty open about posting videos and photos of it’s new baby, Mustang Mach-E, and today posted a video celebrating women and diversity and inclusion.
For the first time, a Mustang Mach-E was assembled entirely by women. The plant invited hourly and salaried female employees to join the production line to create a one of a kind Mustang Mach-E with custom artwork by Ma. Fernada Ochoa.
In the video, we get a great look at the assembly process. The ladies use the factory tools to attach the Mach-E’s doors and hood to ensure a good fit. We can see part of the cooling or HVAC system installed under the hood. On the inside, we get great shots of the flat floor, installation of the center console, and assembly of several interior panels.
Ma. Fernada Ochoa’s artwork covers the entire body of the Star White Metallic Mustang Mach-E and features a woman inspired by the eagle warrior in the CSAP logo, the logo of Warriors in Pink to represent all women who are fighting daily against breast cancer, and sunflowers.
The Cuautitlan Stamping and Assembly Plant will be the sole assembly location for Ford’s new, global electric SUV.