Ford Technology

Ford Mustang ready to take over the world 0

Since it was first introduced in the US back in 1965, Ford’s iconic Mustang has regularly topped the muscle car charts. In 2014, a new Mustang was revealed, and with it a new sales strategy that would take the Mustang overseas and far away from its home town of Detroit. Since then, the world has(…)

Ford’s tips on how to maximise fuel efficiency 0

Calling all Ford drivers! We’ve got that should interest you; 11 top tips on how to maximise your fuel economy. It’s commonly assumed that your vehicle’s fuel economy is set based on its combined MPG rating. This is true, but the way you drive and how well you maintain your vehicle can also play a(…)

Ten facts you probably didn’t know about the Ford Fiesta 0

Doesn’t time fly? It seems like only yesterday that the first Fiestas were rolling off the production line and yet Ford’s iconic small car turned 40 last year. The Fiesta has long established its status as Britain’s bestselling car of all time; 2017 sees the launch of the Fiesta’s seventh generation. To celebrate, here’s ten(…)

Seven facts about the Ford Escort 0

Last week, we took a fond – and not so fond depending on which generation – look back at the iconic model that was a fixture on the UK’s roads for over thirty years. In total, there were 7 generations: the first two – undeniable classics, three and four – the dawn of the ‘boy(…)

Ford Fiesta RS not on the cards 0

All sorts of interesting snippets are emerging from the Geneva Motor Show – now open to the public – in the Swiss city. As well being a showcase event for car makers to herald their new releases, the prestige motoring event is also used as an enormous press conference by company execs, to announce all(…)

Ford reveal new technology aimed at easing parking stress 0

Ford has revealed plans for a whole new range of exciting new technologies to be fitted to its vehicles by 2018, amongst them a series of features aimed at making parallel parking easier. Parallel parking is one of the most frequently cited bugbears for motorists. A quarter of UK traffic accidents happen in car parks,(…)

Ford GT becomes fastest ever production car after clocking 216mph 0

Ford has released the full spec sheet for its GT supercar; in the top-speed section a hefty 216mph has been listed. This makes the GT, the fastest production vehicle ever to wear a Ford badge. Propelled by 647bhp at 6,250rpm and 550 pounds-feet of torque at 5,900rpm, the hugely anticipated supercar does not look like(…)

Ford to start trialling driverless cars in UK in 2017 0

Ford will begin its driverless car trials on UK roads from early next year. The company have also said that new research they have conducted has revealed people can already forecast life-changing differences that will be brought about by the introduction of autonomous cars. The majority of people say the biggest benefit from the technology(…)

Ford, BMW, Daimler, VW Group planning fast-charging network 0

Ford, VW, BMW and Daimler have announced plans to roll out charging stations across Europe’s major highways for electric vehicles. In a joint statement, the companies said the installation of the infrastructure would be a major step in the mass market adoption of EVs. In what has been described as an “unprecedented collaboration”, the companies(…)

Ford edge nearer driverless car with new autonomous tech 0

Ford plans to gradually introduce more driver assist technology to its models over the coming years ahead of the release of its first completely autonomous vehicle in 2021. Speaking at the company’s Driving Skills For Life exhibition at the Excel centre in London, Lisa Brankin, marketing director of Ford of Britain, said a bit-by-bit adoption(…)