Faster Than You Can Read This Headline: New Mustang GT Can Go 0-to-60 In Less Than Four Seconds

Ford’s most advanced and powerful Mustang GT is also the fastest ever, achieving 0-to-60-mph in less than four seconds in Drag Strip mode. The new Mustang is also faster than a $94,000 Porsche 911 Carrera, which Carl Widmann, Mustang chief engineer, attributes to five factors: Improved horsepower and torque output of the redesigned 5.0-liter V8 Maximum acceleration…

Ford Vehicle Donations Provide Improved Access – Mobility for Disabled Military Veterans to Receive Medical Care

Ford Motor Company vehicle donations are giving disabled military veterans new mobility options, as they seek medical care and treatment that could improve their quality of life. Ford is donating eight more Flex utility vehicles to the DAV Transportation Network fleet to assist disabled veterans who need help getting to doctor appointments. Last year, Ford…

Mighty U.S. Air Force Fighter Jet Inspires One-of-a-Kind High-Performance Ford F-22 F-150 Raptor

Combining the best attributes of the world’s finest high-performance machines for air and ground, Ford’s design team created a Ford F-22 F-150 Raptor based on the U.S. Air Force’s Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor fighter jet for auction at AirVenture Oshkosh. The one-of-a-kind truck fetched $300,000 for the Experimental Aircraft Association Gathering of Eagles – an…

Ford GT Competition Series Offers More Weight-Saving Innovations for Hardcore Track Enthusiasts

Ford is showing the ultra-lightweight Ford GT Competition Series for North America  in Daytona, the site of its win at the Rolex 24 in January. The Ford GT Competition Series was engineered to build on the car’s innovative lightweight and aerodynamic design. The track fans’ ultimate production car removes weight higher in the vehicle and…

Ford Debuts Next-Generation Fusion Hybrid at 2017 North American International Auto Show

Ford Motor Company is introducing its next-generation Fusion Hybrid autonomous development vehicle, just in time for CES and the North American International Auto Show in January. The new vehicle uses the current Ford autonomous vehicle platform, but ups the processing power with new computer hardware. Electrical controls are closer to production-ready, and adjustments to the sensor…