DETROIT — Most of Ford Motor Co.'s most profitable assembly lines sit idle. Tens of thousands of partially built F-150s and other vehicles that could easily find buyers languish in parking lots.
And the worst is yet to come, CEO Jim Farley says.
Ford last week told some dealers that they won't get any meaningful amount of new inventory delivered until at least August. Many expect to be wiped out of what little they have left long before then.