Ford Fusions, Mercury Milans under U.S. investigation for potential brake problemTue, 27, Dec 2016
Ford recalls 650,000 Fusions, Lincoln MKZs in N.A. to fix seat beltsFri, 02, Dec 2016
'Cautious' Fusion previews Ford's autonomous techMon, 19, Sep 2016
Ford's autonomous driving technology -- which it has been developing over the past decade -- was on display for reporters and analysts last week. Ford Fusion Hybrids built in 2012 and 2013 completed a 10-minute course around Ford's campus without any human intervention.
Uber debuts self-driving vehicles in landmark Pittsburgh trialWed, 14, Sep 2016
When Pittsburgh wakes up this morning, some residents will have the choice of going about their day in an Uber that drives itself. The launch of Uber's self-driving pilot program marks the public unveiling of the company's secretive work in autonomous vehicles and the first time self-driving cars have been so freely available to the U.S. public.
AutoNews Now: Ford's answer to German luxuryFri, 10, Jun 2016
Ford challenges German luxury cars with Fusion Sport sedanThu, 09, Jun 2016
Ford says it’s taking aim at German luxury cars -- not with its upscale Lincoln brand but with the new Fusion Sport sedan. Ford today said the 2017 Fusion Sport’s 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged EcoBoost engine produces 380 pounds-feet of peak torque.
Range of Ford Fusion Energi plug-in gets boosted to 610 milesMon, 30, May 2016
AutoNews Now: Ghosn's Mitsubishi rescue missionThu, 26, May 2016
First Shift: Brazil to get 1st peek at new JeepMon, 11, Apr 2016
Will Ford prove Trump right after all?Mon, 15, Feb 2016
As it turns out, Donald Trump was right about Ford Motor Co. Sort of.
Last year, Trump criticized Ford for announcing a new assembly plant in Mexico that would shift production away from the U.S. It hadn't -- and Ford CEO Mark Fields fired back.
Ford share gains hinge on Fusion and EscapeMon, 25, Jan 2016
The stampede to put new tech in lower-priced modelsWed, 13, Jan 2016
Rapidly evolving technology is upending the traditional pecking order in the luxury car market, which until now has operated on the principle that bigger is better. Mercedes-Benz and a host of others are quietly changing the rules.