Ford will no longer build any cars in Brazil, the company announced on Monday morning.

Allegedly underused due to the pandemic, the Blue Oval's factories in Camaçari and Taubaté will have the majority of their operations stop immediately with some parts production continuing for "a few months" in order to meet aftermarket supply requirements, according to Reuters. Belo Horizonte, meanwhile, which builds the sweet-looking Troller T4—essentially Brazil's own, Ranger-based, Bronco-type thing—will stay open and operational until Q4.

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Ford Pulls Out Of Brazilian Auto Production Effective Immediately

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