Ford Motor Co on Tuesday said it extra a 3rd get the job done crew at an assembly plant close to Detroit as it boosts output of its F-150 Lightning electric pickup truck.

The U.S. automaker reported it additional 250 positions in November at its Rouge plant in Dearborn, Michigan, as a result of the further crew.

Ford previously explained it was focusing on annual creation of 150,000 Lightning electric pickups by the fall of 2023.

Afterwards on Tuesday, Ted Cannis, head of Ford’s industrial car or truck small business, informed reporters that the unit was looking at “massive desire.”

Ford expects electric powered car or truck subsidies readily available below the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act could propel even extra need for the company’s electric vehicles and vans, Cannis stated. But a lot of businesses and fleet administration firms are however uncertain if they qualify for individuals subsidies, he mentioned.

Ford is the U.S. industry share leader for professional motor vehicles, which involves the Lightning and an electric model of its Transit van. The corporation has established a objective to enhance Ford Pro’s once-a-year earnings to $45 billion by 2025, up 67% from 2019.