Ford has officially produced their 40 millionth F-Series pickup, rolling off the line of their Dearborn Truck Plant in Michigan.

The lucky truck is a 2022 F-150, outfitted with the Tremor package-- similar to what we recently showcased during our Quick Spin of the 2021 F-250 Super Duty. The 40 millionth F-series is finished in Iconic Silver paint, accented by the Tremor’s orange and black graphics, grille and front tow hooks.

This news comes only weeks after Ford announced plans to nearly double production of the F-150 Lightning at their Rouge Electric Vehicle Center in Dearborn. Such a move would provide approximately 150,000 trucks per year, meeting the high demand the Lightning has gathered thus far. Earlier this month, the first group of Lightning reservation holders were invited to convert their reservations into build orders; however, exact production date is yet to be announced.

The 40 millionth truck is being sent to a customer in Texas, but not after posing for a photo-op with an original 1950 Ford F-1 pickup-- part of Ford’s first-gen F-series. Production on the F-series began in 1947, starting with the F-1, F-2, F-3 and F-4 models; however, this series did not officially make it's retail debut until 1948 and only lasted until 1950.