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Ford said it will end production of the popular Focus RS hot hatch on April 6 after a limited run of 50 "Heritage Edition" cars to be sold in the United Kingdom.
Professional wrestler-turned-actor John Cena filed a motion to dismiss Ford's lawsuit against him for flipping his 2017 Liquid Blue GT supercar.
Lincoln has tapped tennis star Serena Williams to help sell the redesigned Navigator SUV in a social media ad campaign that launches Thursday.
Ford and Lincoln dealers can't get enough of their biggest, most expensive SUVs to keep up with customer demand, so the automaker is investing $25 million to speed up the assembly line in Kentucky.
Ford aims to position the third-generation Transit Connect Wagon as a less expensive, more capable minivan alternative to help further expand its dominant share in the commercial vehicle market.
Ford wants to position the refreshed Transit Connect Wagon as a less expensive, more capable minivan alternative to help expand its share in the commercial vehicle market and improve Canadian sales after a drop in 2017.
Ford hopes to use the 2018 Winter Olympics as the coming-out party for its new EcoSport subcompact crossover and redesigned Expedition large SUV.
It's been a mind-boggling turn of fortunes for Ford, which had emerged from the industry's downturn with significant momentum and posted record earnings in 2015 and 2016 but could now see its credit rating lowered amid...
Ford's U.S. sales fell 6.3 percent in January because of lower-than-normal fleet orders and continued poor sales of sedans.
New-vehicle sales this month, fueled by higher incentives, are expected to roughly match the levels of January 2017 in the United States, but the selling rate is projected to decline.
Three FCA employees filed a federal lawsuit against the automaker and the UAW seeking hundreds of millions of dollars in damages stemming from the FCA-UAW criminal collusion scandal.
The 1968 Mustang Bullitt has been found while Henry Ford's 1901 punch bowl is still missing. But Ford is not the only automaker with artifacts to uncover.
Ford Motor Co. is unhealthy, its executives say. And that explains why commodity price changes and currency fluctuations are pummeling the company's operating margin.
Buoyed by the good fortune of suddenly finding Steve McQueen's 1968 Mustang Bullitt, the Ford family would like America to check its attics and basements one more time.
Ford said it is acquiring two technology companies and reorganizing its mobility team to develop new services at a faster pace.
Ford said its fourth-quarter adjusted pretax profit fell 19 percent to $1.7 billion due to higher steel and aluminum prices, as well as adverse currency rates. Ford's fourth-quarter operating margin was 3.
Ford said European earnings slid 66 percent in the fourth quarter as higher warranty and commodities costs and the effects of Brexit took a toll.
Ford said its fourth-quarter adjusted pretax profits fell 19 per cent to US$1.7 billion due to higher steel and aluminum prices, as well as adverse currency rates.
The Center for Auto Safety on Tuesday posted a letter to Ford CEO Jim Hackett urging the automaker to recall 1.3 million Explorers for carbon monoxide leaks.
Ford insists it's on track to deliver consistently strong profits by the end of the decade. But in the meantime, the automaker will feel some financial pain as it posts fourth-quarter results later today.
Ford looked to be leading the way toward making aluminum the industry standard for automakers trying to cut weight and improve fuel economy — but nobody followed.
Jim Hackett, the former furniture company CEO who expected to be spending his 60s enjoying retirement, is instead teaching a course on survival to a century-old automaker.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett candidly admitted that he wishes the automaker still owned Volvo and JLR. It's important to remember why this didn't work out for Ford.
Ford will scale back its car offerings in Europe and launch three electric cars in the region, the automaker said on Tuesday in a breakout of its investments in the future.
When Jim Hackett was offered the position as CEO of Ford last May, he almost declined. "I needed time with my family and a deep moment to think about it," he said.
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