Ford said it will offer electronic line-lock as a standard feature on all 2018 Mustangs – even those equipped with 2.3-liter EcoBoost engines.
Students at Jordan Vocational High School in Columbus, Ga., winners of the Quaker State “Best in Class Challenge,” recently saw their restored 1996 Ford Mustang sell for $65,000 at the Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction in Uncasville, Conn.
Vulcan is the only tool designed to use infrared heat to break the bonds of structural adhesives joining automotive steel, aluminum and carbon fiber panels.
Here’s a high school project that most collision repairers would’ve loved to tackle: assembling a 1965 Ford Daytona Coupe from 1,000 parts.
Ford Customer Service Division’s Collision Parts Truckload Program, which began in 1997 with 40 fascias, is marking its 20th anniversary this year.
The Ford Police Responder Hybrid Sedan is the second of 13 new electric vehicles that the automaker plans to introduce in the next five years.
Navigant Research report indicates Ford – not Tesla, not Google – ranks highest for strategy and execution among the major players when it comes to developing automated driving systems.
Ford is investing $1.2 billion in three Michigan manufacturing facilities to support the company’s shift to “an auto and mobility company,” the automaker said.
Ford is pilot-testing a Stratasys Infinite Build 3-D printer to see if it’s feasible to print large-scale one-piece car parts – such as spoilers – for prototyping and future production vehicles.
Argo AI’s initial focus will be to support the development and production of Ford’s autonomous vehicles.
Among the 13 top-selling brands in the United States, Ford retains the most value, according to a new study by Carspring, an online used-car dealership.
Ford’s 2017 Driving Skills for Life tour will focus on vehicle handling, hazard recognition, speed management and space management, distraction and impaired operation.