Are We Approaching the Death of Cars?

May 22nd, 2018 by

In 2016, the production of the Ford Focus ceased in Wayne, Michigan. Thereafter, Ford has imported all Focus models from overseas. But that news pales to the more recent revelation that Ford will discontinue the Focus, along with the Fiesta, Fusion, and Taurus. You might not notice the absence of the Taurus – Ford hasn’t…

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Next-Generation Ford Focus and Focus Active

May 3rd, 2018 by

The lovable Ford Focus has grown a little long in the tooth. The current generation of Ford’s compact car debuted in 2011. Since then, Ford has updated it several times and added performance ST and RS models. They even offered a pretty competent electric version. But time comes for us all, and the current Focus…

Ford EV and Hybrid

May 1st, 2018 by

In the past, Ford has been somewhat slow to adapt to the rapidly evolving automotive industry. It took them until 2018 to finally bring the lovable EcoSport to North America despite that crossovers of all size have been dominating North American sales for years. Although Ford’s current lineup of hybrid vehicles is a little weak, it’s…

Three Big Reveals From Ford’s Press Conference

April 10th, 2018 by

Earlier this month, Ford spoiled us by dropping a ton of information about upcoming vehicles all at once. The press release included details about the upcoming Bronco, the Explorer ST, the new Escape, and even a completely new compact off-road SUV that has yet to be named. There are plenty of new facts to digest,…

The Shelby Mustang GT500

February 6th, 2018 by

Ford just announced the revival of the Shelby GT500 nameplate that last graced a Mustang in 1967. More interesting is the fact this new GT500 will have greater than 700 horsepower. Here’s what you need to know. Dance With the Demon Intuition suggests Ford is responding to the Challenger SRT Demon, released by Dodge in…

The 2020 Ford Bronco: Everything We Know

July 20th, 2017 by

The Blue Oval’s beloved off-roader is returning in the form of the 2020 Ford Bronco. Here are some new rendering to whet your appetite. The 2020 Ford Bronco Firstly, this imagined Bronco is worryingly huge. Remember, the last production Ford Bronco, the fifth-generation model of 1996, measured only 4,660 mm in length. For the sake…

Ford’s Electric SUV – Environmental Sustainability

January 17th, 2017 by

Earlier this week, Ford Motor Company CEO Mark Fields announced the company’s ambitious plans to introduce an electric SUV with an estimated range of at least 300 miles. Without revealing any firm details about the vehicle, or its name, Fields said the SUV would be available in 2020. Ford could keep the SUV under an…

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