Why Ford returned to Le Mans with GT and not MustangWed, 05, Apr 2017
First limited-run 2017 Ford GT -- Bill Ford's -- rolls off assembly lineFri, 16, Dec 2016
Ford has begun production and delivery of its 2017 GT supercar. The first new-generation GT -- belonging to Ford Executive Chairman Bill Ford -- rolled off the assembly line today in Markham, Ontario. It's unclear what color Bill Ford's GT is.
Fired up for Ford's big Le Mans anniversaryMon, 16, May 2016
Ford's Nair: Sensors, software are self-driving cars' main obstaclesSat, 27, Feb 2016
Raj Nair says he will be first in line when autonomous vehicles go on sale. Nair, Ford's product development chief and a big fan of self-driving cars, says the vehicles' two biggest needs are improved sensor capability and development of software that can read the road as a human would.
Ford tech chief explains how sedan sales are hurt by SUV/crossover boomSat, 13, Feb 2016
Ford share gains hinge on Fusion and EscapeMon, 25, Jan 2016
Fields: Why electrified models are a good betMon, 14, Dec 2015
In an interview with Automotive News, Ford CEO Mark Fields spells out why the automaker is making a $4.5 billion investment to develop more than a dozen electrified vehicles that it knows few consumers want to buy right now.
Ford labor chief Fleming to retire, other execs shiftTue, 01, Dec 2015
Ford moves to advanced stage of autonomous car developmentTue, 23, Jun 2015
Ford said its work on autonomous vehicles has moved into the second of three phases, shifting "from a research effort to an advanced engineering program" that brings the technology closer to production.
Ford says internal quality ratings rise following tech fixesTue, 13, Jan 2015
Ford considers CVTs as way to improve fuel economyMon, 08, Dec 2014
Ford is considering giving the continuously variable transmission another spin. "We've had some experience with CVTs and it wasn't all good," said Raj Nair, Ford's global product development chief, during a media event here. "They are getting better. And we are taking another look."