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If Ford is keeping the 35-65 ratio, then they are not keeping up with 2022 production numbers. If they are keeping up those production numbers, then they are building more hybrids right now than the planned 35%.

That's the only way the order ratio matches that point right now as it should be closer to: 78% Hybrid, 22% EB.

Of course, this assumes Ford has completed February scheduling. Only other way this makes sense is if Ford has half of February's scheduling still to do.
 

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If Ford offers me a -$2000 rebate to switch to EB AWD, I would gladly help ease the constraints :p

Also, wasn't hybrids 72%? How did that increase to 74%? --> Explained by @commadorebob on post #9

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If Ford offers me a -$2000 rebate to switch to EB AWD, I would gladly help ease the constraints :p\

Also, wasn't hybrids 72%? How did that increase to 74%?
I hear you on AWD. I am guessing that the change means of the orders left Hybrids are now 74% of the pie.
 

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I hear you on AWD. I am guessing that the change means of the orders left Hybrids are now 74% of the pie.
That makes total sense, as it says "current orders" 🕵️‍♂️

I am just going to wait for Ford to get desperate enough to really push hard on switchovers, if not, I don't mind waiting.
 

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Also, wasn't hybrids 72%? How did that increase to 74%?
The hybrid number will constantly increase until it hits 100%. Assuming a flat production line at 35-65, Hybrids hit 100% of active orders as of June. That's why I suspect they are behind either in production or scheduling.... the hybrid number should be higher.

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Feels like these are the same numbers every time it’s posted
 
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The hybrid number will constantly increase until it hits 100%. Assuming a flat production line at 35-65, Hybrids hit 100% of active orders as of June. That's why I suspect they are behind either in production or scheduling.... the hybrid number should be higher.

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That makes total sense, as it says "current orders" 🕵️‍♂️

I am just going to wait for Ford to get desperate enough to really push hard on switchovers, if not, I don't mind waiting.
They did give some Bronco owners $2,500 to switch towards another model but that has been a longer wait than most of ours. I can wait but with prices probably going up it makes one wonder if its time to take the deal. Just don't want hybrids to be easy to come by next year and be kicking myself.
 

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They did give some Bronco owners $2,500 to switch towards another model but that has been a longer wait than most of ours. I can wait but with prices probably going up it makes one wonder if its time to take the deal. Just don't want hybrids to be easy to come by next year and be kicking myself.
Totally agree with you. Or worse yet, release the AWD hybrid version. The only reason I would consider the EB is for AWD 💀
 

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If Ford offers me a -$2000 rebate to switch to EB AWD, I would gladly help ease the constraints :p

Also, wasn't hybrids 72%? How did that increase to 74%? --> Explained by @commadorebob on post #9
same here
 

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So, unless I missed it, there doesn't seem to be any mention of the XL trim level being a constraint? Is this no longer the case? I have a 2023 XL hybrid on order.
Not sure now, but the original production plan Ford published for MY23 total production was 15% XL trim and 35% Hybrid, assuming that’s still accurate, plus dealer allocation parameters. A lot to overcome there. Good luck, their great little trucks,
 

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Not sure now, but the original production plan Ford published for MY23 total production was 15% XL trim and 35% Hybrid, assuming that’s still accurate, plus dealer allocation parameters. A lot to overcome there. Good luck, their great little trucks,
Yeah, I remember seeing that, but I was curious as to why it isn't listed.
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