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…

Ford Unveils Next-Generation Technologies for Stress-Free Parking, Collision Avoidance, Wrong-Way Driving Alerts

Building on its industry leadership in available driver-assist technologies, Ford Motor Company is expanding its offerings with a range of next-generation features designed to ease parking hassles, improve collision avoidance, detect objects in the road and prevent wrong-way driving. Ford offers more nameplates in the United States with adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, lane…

Ford’s Road to Full Autonomy Beginning 2021

The world is changing, and it’s changing quickly. We’re not sitting on the sidelines. Ford will be actively driving that change. Ford announced their intent to have fully autonomous vehicles in commercial operation for a ride-hailing or ride-sharing service beginning in 2021. This is significant. Ford will be mass producing vehicles capable of driving fully autonomously…

Ford Expands Mobility Options for Disabled Military Veterans with Vehicle Donations

Ford Motor Company, which helps more than 700,000 disabled American military veterans access health care each year, is donating eight Ford Flex utility vehicles to the Disabled American Veterans (DAV), providing even more mobility support for disabled military veterans. The new vehicles will become part of the DAV Transportation Network that enlists volunteer drivers to…