Ford is developing an form of active suspension system for the next generation Mondeo. Named “Vehicle Dynamic Control, the system may also be offered on the next generation Fusion in the United States, possibly as early as 2011 or 2012.
The system uses seven sensors to determine what the vehicle is doing and adjusts the shock absorbers or dampers as frequently as ten times per second to accommodate the best combination of ride and handling. In addition, there are three driver (...) > Full story
Ford today announced the Mondeo Titanium Edition, a model featuring unique 17-inch alloy wheels, brushed metal interior trim detailing, high-tech Ford Convers+ instrument cluster with colour display and sports-style front seats wrapped in modern New York cloth trim.
Eibach is offering an extra programing for the new Ford Mondeo which underline the design of the middle-class car with a driving dynamism which is hard to beat and brings the vehicle’s centre of gravity closer to the asphalt.
Eibach’s Pro-Spacer Aluminum-Wheel-Spacers give the car even further road presence. This product gives great value for money not only improving the vehicle’s looks but also the enhanced aggressive stance increasing the car’s position and handling on (...) > Full story
Customers considering buying an all-new Ford Mondeo, the most technologically advanced car ever launched by Ford in Europe, now have one more reason to make it their vehicle of choice. The new Ford Mondeo has been awarded the German TÜV Rhineland group’s "Allergy Tested Interior" seal of approval.
Together with the Ford Ka, Focus, S-MAX and Galaxy, Ford of Europe now offers five vehicles t o the increasing number of consumers looking for allergy-friendly products. Ford vehicles (...) > Full story
Ford may launch a small-capacity petrol turbo engine instead of the 2.0 and 2.3-litre four-cylinder engines just launched in the new Mondeo.
“We can get similar power, torque and performance with much reduced carbon dioxide emissions,” said Jens Ludmann, Ford’s head of development.
The 128bhp 2.0-litre and the new 158bhp 2.3-litre will probable be replaced by a 1,6 turbo in the next couple of years. “We have learned from the old Mondeo that you need to keep bringing in something new (...) > Full story
Ford Motor Company today formally announced China production plans for the third generation Ford Mondeo at Changan Ford Mazda Automobile’s (CFMA) Chongqing plant later this year. The sleek and bold car known for its appearance in the new James Bond movie, ‘Casino Royale’, was unveiled during a press conference at the Ford stand, revealing its ’kinetic design’ pedigree and sophisticated technology.
Mei-Wei Cheng, vice president of Ford Motor Company and chairman & CEO of Ford (...) > Full story
Less than 12 months after the official production start of the successful Ford S-MAX and new generation Ford Galaxy, the first all-new Ford Mondeo today rolled off the same production line at Ford Genk.
An investment program totaling €715 million was made at Genk in support of the three new models. And once production is running at maximum capacity, almost 1,200 Mondeo, S-MAX and Galaxy models will be built there each day, with 98 percent of the total being exported to more than 60 (...) > Full story
Ford of Europe is bringing new products to the 2007 Geneva Auto Show which target two important trends in Europe – the popularity of Multi-Purpose Vehicles (MAVs) and a growing taste for premium-styled vehicles.
Ford of Europe saw improved sales last year, partly due to its new S-MAX which was voted Car of the Year. This year the redesigned C-MAX further broadens Ford’s portfolio of MAVs, a segment that may outpace sedans in Europe by approximately 20 percent before the end of the decade. (...) > Full story
The European Ford Fiesta is set to make its way to the United States of America according to the Detroit News. The Ford Motor Company is making a great move by bringing this quality economny vehicle to the states. This move was made in order to "move toward greater communization on products on both sides of the Atlantic."