Kansas City is well-known for several things, like barbecue and sports. But the largest city in Missouri also serves as the home of Ford’s F-150 assembly plant and defending baseball world champions Kansas City Royals.
Tuesday, March 29, less than a week from the first pitch of the 2016 Major League Baseball season, Ford announced a limited run of 300 Ford F-150 MVP edition trucks built at Kansas City Assembly Plant.
Based on the F-150 XLT with chrome package and available in either Oxford White or Blue Flame, F-150 MVP edition includes special MVP badging, unique polished stainless rocker panels and a spray-in bedliner.
Ford says the 2016 Ford F-150 MVP edition started as an idea from Marc Lassalle, a Kansas City Royals fan, to celebrate his team’s second world championship. It follows the 1986 Ford Ranger MVP edition, created and sold in 1985 to celebrate Kansas City’s first time as world champions.
Ford worked with former Kansas City Royals star Bret Saberhagen, from the 1985 team roster, and Salvador Pérez, from the 2015 Kansas City lineup, to promote the F-150 MVP edition.
The F-150 MVP edition is on sale now at Kansas City area Ford dealers.