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,(…)

A look back at the Ford Cortina Mk3 0

Say the brand, Ford, to people of a certain generation and you can guarantee the model that flashes into their minds is a Cortina. From the swinging 60’s to the booming 80’s, the Cortina ruled Britain’s roads, sweeping all before it as the masses embraced Ford’s ‘peoples car’ with relish. The later years of the(…)

A look back the Ford Capri Mk1 (1969 – 1979) 0

Today we take a look back at the first incarnation of one of Ford’s most iconic coupes: The Ford Capri Mk1. The mid-sized four-seater coupe forged a new European market for ‘pony’ cars and left its rivals stumbling around in its wake as they attempted to invent suitable competitors. The Capri was a flawless equation;(…)

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(…)

2017s most hotly anticipated cars 15-The Ford GT 0

Our look ahead to 2017’s most anticipated releases from the motoring world gathers considerable pace today, as we scrutinise perhaps the most hotly anticipated supercar. It’s the… Ford GT There’s no getting away from it, the imminent arrival of the GT has had enthusiasts in fervour for some time now. There are a multitude of(…)

A look back at the Ford Consul Mk2 (1956 – 1962) 0

Today’s nostalgic look back at Ford’s classic catalogue takes time to revisit the second edition of one of the Blue Oval’s best known stalwarts. The Ford Consul Mk 2 The Mk2 Consul, Zephyr and Zodiac were a practical modernisation of the first car. Fins were added, as well as plenty of chrome and considerably more(…)

Ford line-up to change 0

Globally, the month of November, and 2016 in general, has seen a slump in the amount of passenger-car sales for the majority of car makers. Ford has been no exception to this. When downturns such as these happen, it’s common practise for brand line-ups to change, with the aim of invigorating and refreshing stagnating customer(…)

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 to build on Le Mans legacy with Lego 0

Ford and Lego have collaborated to create a new ‘Speed Champion’ set that replicates the GT cars that were victorious at Le Mans – the world’s most celebrated endurance race. Two cars have been modelled – the editions that triumphed at the 1966 race and also this year’s winner can be found in brick format.(…)