Ford

You could look all the way back to 1901 and find the Ford name on an automotive company – it was then that Henry Ford launched the Henry Ford Company that became Cadillac less than a year later. In 1903, the Ford Motor Company was launched, and it was, ironically, funded by John and Horace Dodge – the two that eventually started Dodge. While this is a little strange, the Ford Motor Company has survived more than 100 years and is, as of 2015, the fifth largest automaker in the world. Ford is based out of Dearborn Michigan and sells a variety of models from the performance-oriented Mustang and GT to a long list of SUVs and Pickups. The cheapest new Ford available today is the $14,260 Fiesta, while the Ford GT comes in at the most expensive, commanding close to, if not more than $500,000.

Restored: 1970 Ford F-100 Short Bed Pickup By Icon 4x4

Restored: 1970 Ford F-100 Short Bed Pickup By Icon 4x4

A classic, timeless design infused with modern engineering and aesthetics

Icon 4x4, a California-based aftermarket company, is known for restoring classic models to perfection. The best part about the company is that they don’t mess around with the essence of the vehicle. The vehicles still have the original retro feel to them, but are reimagined for modern use. In short, you can get yourself a daily driver with classic styling and modern functionality.

The company’s latest project is a 1970 Ford F-100 short bed pickup truck. The company’s founder and lead designer Jonathan Ward found it on Craigslist. The model on sale was in good condition with the original paint scheme and nothing major changed. Fortunately, the company retained the original looks but made it a better daily driver.

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2021 Ford Bronco Sport Spotted During Testing With Different Grille Designs

2021 Ford Bronco Sport Spotted During Testing With Different Grille Designs

The automaker is trickling down the concept of different grille designs for each trim like in pickup trucks

Ford recently announced that the Bronco’s launch is delayed due to the pandemic, but the SUV was spotted testing recently. BroncoSportForum saw a couple of test mules of the Bronco Sport in camouflage chilling at Wendy’s in Las Vegas, Nevada.

If you look carefully, you’ll notice that both these Bronco Sports are wearing different grilles. From what it’s worth, Ford will be offering three grilles on the urban SUV. A simple, yet effective way to customize your Bronco as per your liking.

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Ford UK Has Quietly Confirmed the 2021 Puma ST on Twitter

Ford UK Has Quietly Confirmed the 2021 Puma ST on Twitter

It’s a high-riding Fiesta ST and it won’t come to the U.S.

Originally a sporty three-door compact, the Ford Puma was revived in 2019 as a subcompact crossover. Come 2020 and Ford confirmed that there will be an ST version of the modern Puma, set to arrive in 2020. The vehicle was teased by Ford UK on its Twitter account, and it seems that it will be a spiritual successor to the Racing Puma from 1999.

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Ford Renews The 'Excursion' Trademark

Ford Renews The ’Excursion’ Trademark

Will the Excursion be Ford’s answer to the upcoming Hummer EV?

Ford seems to have some strong bond with the patents office. After filing numerous trademarks for the Bronco, the company is now renewing the “Excursion” trademark. Does it ring a bell? This studio apartment-sized SUV was discontinued in 2006, but Ford is reviving the moniker again; rather, renewing the trademark for now. Is Ford planning to challenge the Chevy Suburban for the biggest SUV award, or are we looking at an electric truck to take on the upcoming Hummer EV?

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Is Ford Working On A Bronco-Based Pickup Truck Called Maverick?

Is Ford Working On A Bronco-Based Pickup Truck Called Maverick?

A leaked image with the Maverick stamp on the tailgate points at new mid-size pickup truck

Ford has had a long relationship with the Maverick moniker. Even recently when Ford went all berserk by filing tens of names like Outer Banks, Wildtrak, Adrenaline, and whatnot, Maverick appeared at the forefront everywhere.

Now, it looks like Ford will use it for a new vehicle. TFL Truck has reported a leaked 3-D image of a tailgate with MAVERICK embossing on it. One thing is for sure: that this is a pickup truck’s tailgate, but is it for a new Bronco based truck, or will we be receiving another Ranger-based pickup?

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Your 2021 Ford Mach-E Isn't Coming This Summer Like You Expected

Your 2021 Ford Mach-E Isn’t Coming This Summer Like You Expected

The COVID-19 pandemic is delaying deliveries to November 2020

Ford just entered the all-electric car market with the Mustang Mach-E,, but deliveries have been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Despite the company’s efforts to keep the Mach-E on track, it seems that the first units will reach customers a few months later than planned.

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Ken Block's Latest Video Showcases the Hoonifox and Hints at a Miami-Based Gymkhana Episode

Ken Block’s Latest Video Showcases the Hoonifox and Hints at a Miami-Based Gymkhana Episode

Is there anyone that doesn’t love a custom fox body Mustang?

Ken Block had a rough year in 2019. He showcased his brand-new Ford Escort Cosworth ahead of his World Tour debut, just for it to burn to the ground later that month. He still had the Hoonitruck, though, and now it looks like Mr. Block has a toy to play with. It’s called the Hoonifox and, you guessed it, it’s based on an old-school fox-body Mustang – something that is bound to be even cooler than the Mustang-based Hoonicorn V2.

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Here's a Cool Video That Shows You Every Generation of the Ford Bronco

Here’s a Cool Video That Shows You Every Generation of the Ford Bronco

A short, sweet refresher course for you before the 2021 model is revealed later this year

The recent leaks about the 2021 Ford Bronco have managed to create a sense of excitement amongst the enthusiasts. Stuff like a dancing suspension and G.O.A.T modes have further added to this quotient and people can’t seem to wait for it to be launched. But, due to the pandemic outbreak, the automaker has decided to push the Bronco’s debut by a couple of months. While we wait for its fate to be decided, check out this video uploaded by a YouTuber who goes by the name Mr. chart that shows all the generations of the Ford Bronco since its inception.

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The Ford Ranger Raptor Ultima by AutoBis Is an Off-Road Party Machine

The Ford Ranger Raptor Ultima by AutoBis Is an Off-Road Party Machine

Call me old school, but I’m playing Party Rock Anthem first with this setup!

Ford’s Ranger seems to be the popular bunny these days. A lot of aftermarket companies all across the globe have given the Ranger and the Ranger Raptor special treatments, generally about off-road equipment and performance upgrades. However, here’s a unique mod-job that sets this Ranger Raptor apart from the others.

A workshop in Vietnam that goes by the name AutoBis has turned the Ranger Raptor into a party animal. Called the Autobis Raptor Ultima, this truck receives sound system upgrades that can blow the roof off. Wait, that is if you park it indoors. Wouldn’t you prefer taking it to the woods and having a blast around a campfire instead?

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All-Electric Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 Is Ford's New Silent Rubber-Burning Monster

All-Electric Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 Is Ford’s New Silent Rubber-Burning Monster

Ford’s take on electric dragsters is not just dressed to impress

Last time we heard about the Cobra Jet moniker, Ford was releasing an anniversary edition that could scorch the quarter mile in eight seconds at 150 mph thanks to a souped up 5.2-liter V-8 and a 3.0-liter supercharger.

The Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 is the exact opposite of that. Not in terms of performance, but regarding what powers it

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The Ford Mustang Mach-E Could Be More Powerful Than Expected

The Ford Mustang Mach-E Could Be More Powerful Than Expected

No matter how small the power boost, it is always welcome

The 2020 Mustang Mach-E is a very important product for Ford. The SUV is the first all-electric vehicle in the company’s lineup and Ford decided to attach the iconic Mustang nameplate to it for some reason. This also makes it the first all-wheel-drive Mustang-badged car ever to leave Ford’s production line.

FoMoCo launched the product last year and started accepting orders around the same time. The SUV is due in 2021, but Ford has made a few changes to the power specs. According to macheclub, some models are expected to receive increased power figures. There is no word on a price increase, so this is good news.

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Digitally Tuned Ford Mach-E Is Closer To the Notion of a Mustang

Digitally Tuned Ford Mach-E Is Closer To the Notion of a Mustang

Still not a Mustang, but less of a high-riding crossover anyway

There’ve been a lot of voices speaking against Ford’s decision to use the Mustang moniker on a crossover, be it a fully-electric one, in tandem with a second name, derived from the iconic Mach 1 nameplate. Some say Ford’s naming gamble might cost the company in the long term, but we’re not here to discuss that.

Today, we stumbled upon a digitally rendered Mach-E that in our view, is closer to what the Mustang name entails. Albeit still a crossover, you’ll see that the vehicle tweaked tastefully by Abimelec Design oozes a lot more sportiness than the real Mach-E EV.

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What is the Cheapest Ford?

fiesta $14260 https://www.ford.com/cars/fiesta/?gnav=header-all-vehicles

What is the Sportiest Ford?

What is the Most Popular Ford?

f-series https://www.best-selling-cars.com/usa/2018-full-year-usa-ford-sales-americas-favorite-car-brand/

What is the Most Expensive Ford?

would be the ford gt, but all units were sold, the gt500 is not on sale yet

mustang shelby gt350 $59140 https://www.ford.com/performance/gt350/?gnav=header-all-vehicles

What is the Fastest Ford?

ford gt 0 60 3 seconds
gt350r 3.9 seconds
gt350 4.1 seconds

Are Fords Reliable?

https://www.osv.ltd.uk/are-ford-reliable/
https://www.quora.com/Does-Ford-generally-make-reliable-cars