Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) is reported to have started delivering its all-new aluminum 2015 F-150 pickup trucks. According to the Wall Street Journal, David Key, one of the thousands of customers who have placed orders for the pickup truck, has reportedly obtained the 2015 F-150 truck...
2015 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE BEGINS SHIPPING TO FORD DEALERS
- Keys to the first 2015 Ford Mustang convertibles will be in customers’ hands shortly
- Available heated seats and remote start allow the all-new Mustang convertible to be enjoyed year-round, even in the coldest climates
DEARBORN, Mich., – Ford Motor Company again demonstrates manufacturing leadership and innovation as the first all-new F-150 rolls off the line today at historic Ford Rouge Center – marking production of the toughest, smartest, most capable and most efficient F-150 ever.
Interest in the new...
ALL-NEW 2015 FORD MUSTANG BEGINS PRODUCTION AT FLAT ROCK ASSEMBLY PLANT
GLOBAL AVAILABILITY OF ICONIC PONY CAR
- 2015 Mustang starts production at Ford’s Flat Rock Assembly Plant; car to be exported globally for the first time in its 50-year history
- New Mustang goes on sale this fall...
Ford begins production of CNG/LPG-prepped F-150
Ford has officially begun production of its CNG/LPG F-150 pickup truck at its Kansas City production facility. The 2014 F-150 CNG/LPG is the only light duty pickup truck currently offered with the ability to run on either compressed natural gas or...
Ford's tilt toward China, Asia begins to pay off
On Oct. 7, 1913, Henry Ford's assembly line moved for the first time. A century later, among the changes in Ford Motor Co.'s production, none is more dramatic than simply where it takes place.
Ford vehicles assembled in China and...
New Fiesta ST rolls off the assembly line in Cologne, Germany; fastest-ever production model achieves 0-100 km/h in 6.9 seconds and 220 km/h top speed
Ford equips new Fiesta ST for Europe with 1.6-litre EcoBoost petrol engine offering 182 PS and 240 Nm of torque. New model also offers a...
Ford Begins Taking Orders for C-MAX Hybrid – America’s Most Affordable, Fuel-Efficient Hybrid Utility Vehicle
Ford dealers are now taking orders for the Ford C-MAX Hybrid, which will be more affordable than Toyota Prius v while achieving better fuel economy
With two decades of Nissan Altimas under its belt, production began today on the fifth-generation 2013 model at the company’s Smyrna, Tenn. plant.
Counting more than 4.4 million units to date, the company’s latest offering is the first of five new Nissans...
The Start of Hopefully Something Great
April 2, 2012
Though the MkS and MkT were a slight start, the new Lincoln MkZ is the first full effort by the Ford Motor Company to rebuild the lost brand. The 2013 MkZ is one of seven new products that the brand hopes to debut by...
Ford Taurus and Explorer Police Interceptor production begins
By Zach Bowman
Feb 22nd 2012
Ford has begun producing the company's two new Police Interceptor models. According to Ward's Auto, both the Taurus and Explorer-based cruisers are rolling off of the line at the automaker's...
List of Mulally successors narrowed down to four
By Jeremy Korzeniewski RSS feed
Posted Nov 28th 2011 2:00PM
How do you replace the man credited by Time Magazine with managing "the biggest business turnaround of the Great Recession?" That's a very good question, and one that the Ford board...
Ford Begins Teasing 2013 Escape SUV with Preview of Hands-Free Power Liftback [Video]
November 1, 2011
Leave it to Ford to begin teasing a new model with random pieces of information and video and/or photo material.
Fortunately though, there's not much time left before the 2013...
Ford Opens Flexible, Green Michigan Assembly Plant with Production of All-New Ford Focus
Transformed Michigan Assembly Plant (MAP), which will produce the fuel-efficient new global Ford Focus for North American customers, features flexible manufacturing, environmentally friendly...
GM Daewoo Models to Be Sold as Chevrolets in Korea
Dec. 03, 2010
GM Daewoo will halt sales of its Tosca mid-sized sedan and Winstorm SUV in Korea in order to introduce the Chevrolet brand here. Most of GM Daewoo's cars sold in the Korean market will be sold under the Chevrolet...
Detroit 3 headlines: Mercury Mountaineer production ends
Oct. 3, 2010
Production of the Mercury Mountaineer ended Friday at Ford's Louisville Assembly Plant, the company said, marking the official beginning of the end of Mercury.
Ford announced plans in June to discontinue the...
FORD BEGINS TO EXPORT EDGE FOR SALE IN CHINA
By Mark Kleis
September 15, 2010
Ford has begun shipping its all-new 2011 Edge crossover to China for sale, making this CUV the only product Ford currently exports from North America to China.
Traditionally, Ford and other automakers...
Chevrolet Cruze Television Advertising Begins
GM Press Release
Chevrolet's first television ads for the all-new Cruze compact begin airing Tuesday. Featuring the voice of movie and TV star Tim Allen, the ads focus on interior features and quality, backed by superlative media comments...
Filed under: Plants/Manufacturing, Technology, Crossover, Ford
In case you thought installing SYNC into Ford vehicles was a ho-hum-whatever affair, that's not the case - Ford puts a lot of thought into it. The Blue Oval's latest assembly line advance is to have SYNC's infotainment software...