An employee works at the Ford Motor Company's Sao Bernardo do Campo facility. (Photo : Reuters)
Among the 15 most productive auto plants in the U.S, Automobile Magazine takes a peep in all those busy auto plants and finds out which one is the "busiest."
Among the 15 listed auto plants, Ford and its Kansas City and Dearborn plants claimed the first two spots for 2011. The Kansas City plant produced 460,338 vehicles in 2011. And the majority among the numbers included the production of 2012 Escape models with the remainder made up of 135,039 F Series versions.
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Ford built 343,888 models of F Series pick-up trucks and Lincoln Mark LT trucks at its Dearborn auto plant. A little further to Georgetown, Kentucky is the largest Toyota Motors auto plant. And the world class automaker made 315,889 Camry models.
Here below is the list of all the busiest 15 auto plants in the U.S:
1. Ford Motors (Kansas City Assembly Plant, Claycomo)
2. Ford Motors (Dearborn Truck Plant, Dearborn)
3. Hyundai motors (Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Plant, Montgomery)
4. Nissan (Nissan North America, Smyrna)
5. Toyota Motors (Georgetown)
6. General Motors (Fort Wayne, Roanoke)
7. Honda Motors (Marysville Auto Plant, Marysville)
8. Kia/Hyundai Motors (Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia, West Point)
9. General Motors (Lordston Complex, Warren)
10. General Motors (Fairfax Assembly Plant, Kansas City)
11. General Motors (Lansing Delta Township, Lansing)
12. BMW Motors (BMW Manufacturing, Spartanburg)
13. General Motors (Arlington, Texas)
14. Honda Motors (Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, Lincoln)
15. Ford Motors (Chicago Assembly Plant, Chicago)