The 2013 Ford Explorer Sport 0

The new Ford Explorer Sport will only be made available across the Atlantic in the United States. The car has a starting price of $29,159. The new model gets the typical improvements of emissions, fuel efficiency and in car technology with the addition of MyFord Touch. On top of that, this time round Ford has(…)

The Ford EcoSport set to arrive in Europe 1

Ford has been announcing that the EcoSport is set to arrive here in the European Region. Originally unveiled at the Delhi Motor Show, the car was originally destined for emerging car markets where sales were expected to be quite high. The EcoSport has hit markets such as the Brazil and India and will make its(…)

Ford Sales in September 0

Sales of Ford vehicles within the American car industry have surprisingly fallen in September. The same goes for main rivals General Motors. Chrysler sales on the other hand have increased. Overall the statistics for America’s car sales were strong despite the two leading companies faltering. Ford’s sales were 0.1% worse off than September 2011. General(…)

The new 2013 Ford Mondeo 2

Images for the new 2013 Ford Mondeo have been released. It has been clearly based upon the Ford Evos, a concept car seen at the Frankfurt Show in 2011. The Mondeo is a popular car her in the UK but no longer reaches the heights as it once did. The car was a top seller(…)

Ford to get even greener 0

Ford is one of the leaders within the automotive industry when it comes to adopting environmentally friendly ways of working. Nowadays we don’t go too long before we hear of Ford taking on yet another greener method of car production. This time round Ford is working on using natural fibre materials. They have joined forces(…)

Ford’s problems in Europe to hit areas of the UK 0

Ford UK will be affected by the problems surrounding the European car market, as reported yesterday. As the news story progresses everyone is learning exactly what areas are to be affected and the numbers. It has been confirmed that jobs in Warley and Dunton are set to go. In total, Ford has said that 500(…)

Ford ready to cut jobs in the UK and Europe 1

Ford’s struggles in Europe have hit an all time low with the company announcing that they are ready to cut jobs. The company are prospering in their homeland of the United States but are struggling a great deal in the European region. Demand has fallen thanks to the Euro Zone crisis. Families are struggling to(…)

The Ford Fusion rolling hot on the heels of the Toyota Camry 0

The 2013 Ford Fusion was released in hope of competing with the Toyota Camry. That’s quite a tough ask as the Camry is a very popular car over in the United States. There have been many “wanabe” challengers to the Camry. There seems to never be a worthy challenge to the vehicle. Toyota always comes(…)

Ford avoid rare earth usage 0

Ford is avoiding the use of rare earth in order to make the company more economical. They are saving around 227,000 kg of rare earth materials every year. There are also savings on the cost of developing each car at the same time. The change has come from Ford’s new electric batteries. Rare earth materials(…)

Alan Mulally sending out a message to Europe 0

The Ford CEO Alan Mulally has been promoting the company in Amsterdam as part of their “One Ford” strategy. He clearly outlined his intentions of the scheme expanding faster across the region under the slogan “Go Further”. The idea of the One Ford strategy is to base all vehicles that are released around the world(…)