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Ford GT architect Raj Nair is landing at Multimatic Motorsports

In case you were worried, ex-Ford North America president Raj Nair will be all right after being unceremoniously ousted from the Blue Oval in February. The father of the new Ford GT landed at the company that actually builds it: Multimatic Motorsports in Ontario, Canada. Nair was appointed president and chief operating officer on May

By | May 22nd, 2018|Categories: Ford, News by Brand|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Will the next Shelby GT500 get a dual-clutch transmission?

The last Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 came in fifth-generation guise (live rear axle) making 662 hp using a 5.8-liter supercharged V8. It was a beast of a car -- and almost undriveable in anything less than perfect weather. The next one, based on the spectacular GT350, should be a little more driveable with the independent rear suspension setup

Ford’s decision to kill most of its cars was inevitable

Last month in Las Vegas, dealers expressed their satisfaction with s product decisions made by CEO Jim Hackett at Ford. But, surprisingly, on more than one occasion -- and completely unprompted -- some longtime retailers privately voiced to me their fear that Ford would exit the car business. While sedans haven't been selling well, those

You could drive 423 km and still have kWh left with these 10 electric cars

It’s all about operating range when it comes to electric cars, with the best of the genre able to run for a several day’s drive on a charge, but with the worst barely able to make it out to the suburbs and back without having to be tethered to an outlet. Tesla still leads all automakers

Introducing the First-Ever 2019 Sierra AT4

Ahead of the New York Auto Show, GMC pulled the curtain off the latest addition to its new 2019 Sierra pickup line -- the AT4. The alphanumeric name denotes Sierra’s off-road-ready package, which features a 2-inch suspension lift, a locking rear differential, skid plates and a set of off-road-tuned Rancho monotube shocks. The First-Ever 2019 Sierra AT4 comes standard with

By | March 26th, 2018|Categories: Ford, News by Brand|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Ford Explorer ST on its way for sporty families

Performance isn't just for passenger cars anymore, Ford said Thursday. The automaker confirmed at a press conference in Dearborn, Michigan, that it plans to unveil a Ford Explorer ST is a sporty version of the next version of its three-row crossover SUV. Though Ford was short on details, the automaker offered up its new Edge

By | March 15th, 2018|Categories: Ford, News by Brand, US, World|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Next-Generation Ford Focus will be presented in Europe in April

The next-generation Ford Focus will debut in Europe at a stand-alone event in April, instead of the Geneva auto show. American model’s production will move to China in mid-to late-2019. It current production is in Michigan and it will be there till mid-2018. This means the Focus will not be produced for North America for about a year. Ford

Ford Ranger Raptor preview before debut 7th february

The Australian-market Ford Ranger Raptor has been teased once again in a new video. Video shows the off-road truck plays in the dirt. We’ll see it fully uncamouflaged on February 7 in Thailand, and the latest footage gets us excited for what looks like a seriously capable version of the midsize pickup. Images clearly showed the Ranger Raptor’s unique grille

Preview of 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt before Detroit auto show

Ford let out the world’s worst-kept secret Sunday night, revealing the 2019 Mustang Bullitt before its debut at the Detroit auto show. It appeared on stage with a surviving dark Highland green 1968 Mustang GT fastback from the classic film starring Steve McQueen. The new Mustang keeps the current 5.0-liter V8, but output is bumped to “at least 475 hp,” according to

Ford is making space or autonomous production in Michigan by moving EV production to Mexico

Ford Motor Co. is moving planned production of an electric crossover with a 300-mile range to Mexico from Michigan to make way for additional investment on autonomous vehicles in its home state. Ford still plans to begin to build the battery-electric crossover in summer 2020, but it will be assembled at its plant in Cuautitlan