The latest news and events from Ford
Ford Motor Company U.S. sales of 212,236 vehicles increased 10 percent over a year ago for the best July in eight years. Retail sales of 162,028 vehicles are up 7 percent.
Business Leaders for Michigan (BLM), the state’s business roundtable, today brought leading corporate executives to Washington, D.C. to meet with Michigan “alumni” to talk about Michigan’s reestablished position as a leading location for business development and expansion. Michigan Governor Rick Snyder joined executives in emphasizing the state’s progress on key factors that lead to economic expansion.
Ford Motor Company and Detroit Symphony Orchestra are building on their long history together by launching a new performance series that brings live orchestral music into the neighborhoods of Detroit.
Ford Motor Company is collaborating with seven of the world’s largest automakers and 15 U.S. utility companies to develop technology for plug-in electric vehicles to talk to the utilities via the cloud – a move that would help manage energy use and improve the efficiency of the power grid.
Ford Motor Company [NYSE: F] today reported a 2014 second quarter pre-tax profit of $2.6 billion, its 20th consecutive profitable quarter and its best since second quarter 2011. The company also affirmed its full-year pre-tax profit guidance of $7 billion to $8 billion as it continues to implement its One Ford plan to deliver profitable growth for all.
With its new 2.7-liter EcoBoost® with standard Auto Start-Stop and new 3.5-liter V6 with twin independent variable camshaft timing, the 2015 Ford F-150 resets the bar in light-duty pickup truck performance, capability and efficiency.
Ford Motor Company [NYSE: F] announced today a series of changes in its senior leadership team to continue delivering the company’s One Ford plan while accelerating its drive for product excellence, innovation and Lincoln.
The following statement is attributable to Bill Ford, Executive Chairman of Ford Motor Company
The all-new 2015 Ford Mustang offers three great engines including a standard 300-horsepower V6, a brand-new 310-horsepower EcoBoost® or an upgraded 435-horsepower V8. Each powerplant is available with either a manual or automatic transmission that makes the pony car a great all-around performer – no matter how the equipment is mixed and matched to suit any individual driving style.
Ford Motor Company today announced an aggressive product acceleration in its newest business unit, Middle East & Africa, leveraging the company’s One Ford global portfolio and targeting opportunities for growth in small, mid-size and large vehicle segments.
The new 2015 Ford Expedition is a full-size utility vehicle for consumers who want capability, class-leading maximum cargo space in the extended-length version and the latest advanced technologies.
Brad Keselowski's dominant win at New Hampshire Sunday was the fourth straight for Ford, the first time since 2001.
Brad Keselowski started on pole and dominated en route to his second NASCAR Nationwide win of the season Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Ford’s sales volume in its 20 traditional markets in Europe totalled 605,400 vehicles in the first six months of the year – 37,700 vehicles, or 6.6 percent, more than in the same period in 2013. This compared to a total industry growth in sales of 6.3 percent for the first half of the year. Ford’s market share in Europe was level at 7.9 percent.
David Gilliland put his Ford Fusion on pole at Daytona for the first time this season, second time of his career and the first time for Front Row Motorsports.
Ford Motor Company is building on a century-long commitment to supporting the African American community with a $1 million donation to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.
When American military families buy a new vehicle, they prefer Ford trucks, utilities and cars over any other brand.
Ford Motor Company June 2014 U.S. sales of 222,064 vehicles declined 6 percent from a year ago. Retail sales of 145,989 vehicles declined 5 percent, while fleet sales of 76,075 vehicles declined 7 percent.
After winning for the first time last week at Sonoma Raceway, Fusion followed that with another first as Brad Keselowski gave Ford its first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win at Kentucky Speedway Saturday night.
Ford's Brad Keselowski drove his Mustang to the pole for Friday's Nationwide race and then backed that up by putting his Fusion on top for the Sprint Cup race on Saturday at Kentucky Speedway.