Chrysler, Ford, GM, and Audi have all rolled out preformed cars for years, but now they’re all looking to build on that success with a new line of preformed car parts.
Starting next year, they’ll be able to sell preformed parts to customers, as well.
The new line, called the Preformed Product line, is expected to deliver a number of new products, including some of the new models and parts that have been on the market for the past few years.
Chryslers and Ford have been working on preformed body kits for years now, but the Pre-Preformed Product is the first time they’ll have a line of kits.
It also seems to be the first preformed product to hit the market that will be manufactured in the United States.
Chrysler’s preformed kits will be available to pre-order beginning in late 2019, but Ford will only start selling pre-formed kits in early 2020.
It’s not clear how much pre-built body kit the new line will cost, but it will likely be less than the original pre-prepared kits, which were around $1,000 to $2,000.
Chryslers pre-produced body kits are currently available for $3,800, while Ford will start selling the pre-Pre-formed Kit for $2.25,000 or $3.00 per unit, respectively.
Ford will also start selling an optional pre-assembled kit, which comes in at $1.00 for a kit that includes a pre-installed front splitter, a steering rack, and an adjustable windshield wiper blade.
A second optional kit, the Preform-on-demand package, will also be available for about $3 to $5 more than the standard pre-production kit.
Both Ford and Chryls kits are expected to start at around $2 per unit of body kit.
The Pre-preformed Kit is expected on the same day as the next-generation Ford Fusion and Fusion Hybrid.
Ford has already said that it plans to have its Fusion pre-performance, Fusion Hybrid, and Fusion SUV available by mid-2020.
It will be interesting to see how much of a difference that will make.