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So how much for a Ford GT? Think Lamborghini

12:01 am U.S. ET | March 9, 2015

Ford gave a broad hint last week about a burning question for many performance car fans: How much will it charge for the eye-catching, 600-hp GT supercar it debuted at the Detroit auto show?...
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Tonka grows up

12:01 am U.S. ET | March 9, 2015

Ford knows the first truck most boys loved was not an F-150, but a Tonka. So last week, it had some fun at the annual NTEA Work Truck Show in Indianapolis by showing a real, working, life-size Tonka dump truck based on an F-750....
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Ford's Odell, Farley inherit each other's challenges in new roles

12:01 am U.S. ET | March 8, 2015

When you talk to Ford Motor Co.'s "trading places" executives, Stephen Odell and Jim Farley, it's clear: They have inherited each other's challenges. And it's hard to say who got the better deal....
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NEWS ANALYSIS

Can UAW fix Tier 2 disparity?

12:01 am U.S. ET | March 8, 2015

Fiat Chrysler enjoys a labor-cost advantage over Ford after breaking a tradition of pattern deals with the UAW during its 2009 bankruptcy. Now, as the UAW prepares to negotiate new contracts with the Detroit 3, restoring pattern bargaining is going to be difficult....
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Ford to cut 500 jobs at B-Max plant in Romania

March 6, 2015 16:31 CET

Ford will lay off about 500 people at its B-Max plant in Romania this year, less than the 680 initially envisioned. Ford began building the subcompact minivan at the plant three years ago, but low demand has led to multiple production stoppages....
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Most GM, Ford, Toyota plants resume operations after snowstorm

5:43 pm U.S. ET | March 5, 2015

General Motors, Ford and Toyota plants resumed production today after some canceled shifts because of hazardous weather in the South and Midwest on Thursday. One GM plant in Tennessee canceled production shifts today....
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Mercedes Metris cargo van to enter Ford Transit Connect's turf

11:54 am U.S. ET | March 5, 2015

Ford's segment-leading Transit Connect small cargo van may get its toughest challenge yet from an unlikely competitor in the U.S.: Mercedes-Benz....
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Fiat Chrysler's Polish plant will build restyled Fiat 500, Lancia Ypsilon, reports say

March 5, 2015 11:09 CET

Fiat Chrysler will start producing restyled versions of its Fiat 500 and Lancia Ypsilon models this year at its Tychy plant in Poland, reports said. The plant already builds the current versions of the two models alongside Ford's Ka minicar....
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NHTSA expands Ford Fiesta door-latch probe to 2013 Fusion, Lincoln MKZ

3:37 pm U.S. ET | March 4, 2015

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is expanding a September investigation of door-latch failure in the 2011-13 Ford Fiesta to include the 2013 Fusion and Lincoln MKZ....
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Ford warns on UK leaving EU

March 4, 2015 16:23 CET

Ford of Europe CEO Jim Farley said the UK needs to stay in the EU to keep its manufacturers at the forefront of global production. "We really believe that the UK being part of the EU is critical for business," Farley said in a radio interview....
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Ford slips 2% on soft car performance, tight F-150 supplies

12:00 pm U.S. ET | March 3, 2015

Ford posted its eighth US sales decline in the past 14 months, allowing Toyota Motor Sales to overtake it for the first time in six months....
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RICHARD TRUETT

BLOG: Whatever happens with a takeover, automakers always learn something

11:00 am U.S. ET | March 3, 2015

Jaguar Land Rover, Mazda and Volvo all have something in common today besides the fact that they were once owned or controlled by Ford. All three are starting to blossom again now that they have developed their own unique vehicle architectures, powertrains and technologies, and as Ford-based hardware ages out of production....
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Toyota, Ford frustrated by rail car shortage

7:05 am U.S. ET | March 3, 2015

Railroad companies are struggling to keep up with surging US demand for trucks and SUVs, frustrating Ford and Toyota....
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DAVE GUILFORD

BLOG: Ford, Farley hope for success in U.S.-Russian diplomacy

12:01 am U.S. ET | March 3, 2015

Jim Farley, newly installed as head of Ford of Europe, on Monday vowed that the money-losing unit is “going to make progress in spite of the headwinds.”...
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DAVE GUILFORD

BLOG: Ford, Farley hope for success in U.S.-Russian diplomacy

8:36 pm U.S. ET | March 2, 2015

Jim Farley, newly installed as head of Ford of Europe, on Monday vowed that the loss-making unit is “going to make progress in spite of the headwinds.”...
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Behind Ford's big performance push

12:01 am U.S. ET | March 2, 2015

Increased speed and performance is the new mantra at Ford Motor Co. as the company scrambles to differentiate itself from rivals. That's the thinking behind Ford Performance, a division formed at the end of last year combining Ford's Special Vehicle Team in North America, Team RS in Europe and global Ford Racing....
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AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE E-MAGAZINE

Check out the ANE e-magazine for March

March 2, 2015 06:01 CET

The latest issue of the Automotive News Europe monthly e-magazine goes live on Monday, March 2. This month's edition looks why ultraluxury brands such as Bentley, Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce and Maserati are poised to keep experiencing unprecedented success....
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Ford Flex scores well, but not on sales charts

12:01 am U.S. ET | March 1, 2015

The Ford Flex has a distinctive look, good reliability ratings and loyal owners. It's one of only two 2015 Ford nameplates recommended by Consumer Reports, and half of Flex buyers are new to Ford. But it was also the brand's slowest-selling U.S. nameplate last year, averaging just eight sales per dealer. And after seven years on the market, there's also no sign of a second generation in the offing....
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JESSE SNYDER

BLOG: Why does Ford race? Because it can

3:56 pm U.S. ET | Feb. 27, 2015

He's not yet taking orders from Jay Leno for the Ford GT and GT350R, but the head of Ford Performance, Dave Pericak, still has a full plate....
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Ford hires 400 more than planned in Canada to support output of new Edge

12:01 am U.S. ET | Feb. 26, 2015

Ford has hired about 400 more workers than it previously said it would need to build the redesigned Edge crossover in Canada....
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Canadian railroad reaches tentative deal with union, averting lockout

11:39 am U.S. ET | Feb. 24, 2015

Canada's biggest railway reached a last-minute tentative agreement with one of its unions on Monday, averting a lockout that threatened to delay imports from Asia and compound a US West Coast port logjam....
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EPA tweaks fuel economy test to improve accuracy of mpg labels

3:37 pm U.S. ET | Feb. 23, 2015

The EPA today issued updated procedures for a critical part of fuel economy testing that some automakers have struggled with in the last two years. The update covers how automakers should calculate road load values in coast down tests, which measure the rolling resistance and aerodynamic drag of vehicles as they glide from 70 mph to a stop on a straight, flat track....
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OUTSIDE-IN STRATEGY

Fields lures another Ford newbie in push for fresh thinking

12:01 am U.S. ET | Feb. 23, 2015

Ford CEO Mark Fields has plenty of reasons to fear being left behind as Tesla, Google and Apple shake up the auto industry. That’s why he’s hired another outsider to help his 112-year old automaker control its own destiny....
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Volvo: XC90 marks brand's rebirth

12:01 am U.S. ET | Feb. 23, 2015

Volvo Cars is heralding its new XC90, the first vehicle it has developed since Ford Motor Co. sold it to China's Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co. in 2010, as the rebirth of the Swedish brand. The 2016 model has no components from Ford's parts bin....
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A debut befitting the Kia K900?

12:01 am U.S. ET | Feb. 23, 2015

To take the wraps off the Ford Police Interceptor Utility at the Chicago Auto Show, Ford called on Keegan, a 3-year-old protection dog, who sank his teeth into the task....
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