It seems like yesterday when the Ford F-150 Lightning made its successful premiere. 

That did, however, cause a brief storm of notoriety and attention. 

The 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning seems to be cooling down earlier than anticipated. 

One of the cars in the United Auto Workers (UAW) strike is the 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning,

but that's not the reason the EV facility is missing a shift.

At the Rouge EV facility in Michigan, a three-shift schedule is being reduced because of various

ncluding as problems with the supply chain. 700 employment will be impacted as a consequence.

Things aren't going well since Ford sought to increase the manufacturing of EVs following this. 

The reductions can possibly be connected to a drop in sales. Sales of the electric Ford truck 

have decreased by 46% from the third quarter of the previous year. 

The Lighting sold 6,464 models in the third quarter of 2022, but in the same period of 2023,

The CEO of Ford, Jim Farley, said that the company would not be manufacturing 600,000 EV vehicles