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…

Safety Is Standard: Ford Co-Pilot 360

April 17th, 2018 by

Last month Ford announced Co-Pilot 360, a bundle of advanced safety features. It includes Pedestrian Detection, Automatic Braking, and so much more. Co-Pilot 360 will debut later this year in the new 2019 Fusion. What’s the best part about Co-Pilot 360? It’s 100% standard equipment. Ford Co-Pilot 360 Corey Holter, Ford’s car group marketing manager,…

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,…

Special Editions: Bullitt Mustang and California Special

April 3rd, 2018 by

Special Edition Mustangs In its storied history, the Ford Mustang has been treated to so many special editions it’s hard to keep track. 2004 Mystichrome Cobra, 1967 Ski Country Mustang, 1993 Wutang ‘stang, and 2015 Apollo 13 Mustang. Okay, I made one of those up, but that doesn’t detract from the fact that few vehicles…

Is This the New Ford Explorer ST?

March 27th, 2018 by

We recently learned that Ford is bringing the 2019 Edge into the ST performance family. That was a bit of a surprise considering the ST badge has only graced cars in the past. But I guess it’s a sign of the times. Canadian buyers are ditching their cars en masse in favour of SUVs. The…

Weirdest Automotive Collaborations

March 20th, 2018 by

Ford and Eddie Bauer Let’s start with a classic. For 16 years (1984-2010), Ford teamed up with outdoor clothing brand Eddie Bauer. Naturally, the first model to benefit from the partnership was the 1984 Ford Bronco. Its improvements were purely cosmetic, featuring a two-tone exterior and outdoorsy interior. From then on, Eddie Bauer Edition Fords mostly…

2019 Ford Transit Connect: The Most Connected Model Yet

March 13th, 2018 by

The 2019 Transit Connect Ford has just unveiled the 2019 Transit Connect and, no doubt encouraged by the #VanLife phenomenon, are marketing it toward regular consumers. The Transit Connect is still available in the cargo configuration with only two seats. But Ford is drastically improving the passenger variant to make it more “liveable”. Can Ford…

The 2019 Edge: Now Featuring More Edges

March 6th, 2018 by

Ford is not a car company; it’s a truck company. The Fusion, Focus, and Fiesta are all moving overseas, replaced by the Ranger and Bronco. Ford is also investing huge money in its existing trucks and SUVs. For example, Ford recently teased a performance electric SUV called the Mach I which will take inspiration from…

The 2018 Fiesta ST – Bonafide Hot Hatch?

February 20th, 2018 by

When people think of the Ford Fiesta, they probably think about economy rather than racing chops. After all the Fiesta is Ford’s number one selling car in Europe, and the #1 car overall in the United Kingdom. It dominates in those markets thanks to its small size, good looks, and stellar fuel economy. However, the…

The 2019 Ranger: Return of the Prodigal Son

February 13th, 2018 by

The 2019 Ranger Ford has finally unveiled the 2019 Ranger – and it looks awesome. But that’s not exactly a surprise considering Ford has been selling the Ranger overseas. This is good because it means the Ranger won’t have many first-model-year stumbling blocks. But it also means that it’s big. In markets that do not…

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