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.

The Ford Bronco Was Apparently Raised By Goats And We're Not A Fan

The Ford Bronco Was Apparently Raised By Goats And We’re Not A Fan

This new commercial for the Ford Bronco is so lame that it belongs in 2020

As far as origin stories go, the Ford Bronco’s genesis is as weird as it gets. No doubt, Ford wants to integrate the SUV’s “Goes Over All Terran” (G.O.A.T.) driving models into this commercial, and it did just that by adding goats into the tale of the Bronco’s birth. The ad is strange in so many ways that you might as well believe it if you’re the type to believe that such a scenario — a young, injured colt getting raised by goats — actually happens in this fair world of ours. But it is a commercial, and every commercial’s goal is to get people to talk about it. So, in a roundabout way, Ford’s “Raised by Goats” commercial for the Bronco succeeds in its intended objective. We’re talking about it, albeit with plenty of raised eyebrows and confused looks.

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Ford's Late Delivery of the 2021 Bronco Is Sending Would-Be Customers to Jeep

Ford’s Late Delivery of the 2021 Bronco Is Sending Would-Be Customers to Jeep

The Bronco is still a long time away and there’s no way of being sure that there won’t be any more hold-ups

Ford unveiled the 2021 Bronco in a grand fashion and received an overwhelming response. There was a lot of pressure on the automaker to create a product that was good enough to go up against the very well established Jeep Wrangler. Ford managed to pull it off and people loved the Bronco - the 190,000 reservations it received prove so. But, with constant delays, it looks like people are losing patience and Ford is suddenly losing customers to none other than Jeep.

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The Ford Mustang Mach-E Might Live Up to the Mustang Name After All

The Ford Mustang Mach-E Might Live Up to the Mustang Name After All

Ford has stirred the pot of a ‘high performance’ Mach-E in the future

Slapping the Mach-E EV with the ‘Mustang’ moniker drew a lot of flak with the muscle car fanboys. At the onset, it seemed to be a way to promote Ford’s first fully-electric vehicle and add some credibility to it. But, it looks like the tables have turned and Ford is trying to justify the ‘Mustang’ badge on the Mach-E; or well, at least that’s one way to look at it.

Speaking with Road and Track, Ford’s Global Brand Director subtly hinted that the Mach-E could get even more powerful in the future. So, are we talking about 600+ horses here?

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Check Out the Ford F-150 Electric As It Plays In The Snow

Check Out the Ford F-150 Electric As It Plays In The Snow

It looks quite comfortable even in extreme weather conditions

Now that the 2021 Ford F-150 is out of the box, the company can focus (pun unintended) on developing the electric version of the truck. It’s been in the works for quite some time now, but the first time we saw it in action – and that also officially confirmed its presence – was when Tesla challenged it to a towing capacity test and the electric F-150 allegedly towed over a million pounds. Apart from that, the company teased the truck a few months back along with the announcement of the new Rogue facility.

But, it seems like the company has already starting hyping it up. Ford released a teaser video that showcases the electric F-150 playing on ice like it’s no one else’s business.

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The Ford Mach-E Saves Christmas for the Griswolds

The Ford Mach-E Saves Christmas for the Griswolds

Clark Griswold is back to celebrate Christmas, but with a twist this time

Remember the famous Christmas lights scene from National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation? Well, the Griswolds are back after two decades to reprise that scene, with the only change being the addition of a Ford Mustang Mach-E this time. Ford has roped in Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo to play Clark Griswold and Ellen from the Christmas-themed movie. Does Griswold manage to have a drama-free Christmas this time at least?

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Can Ken Block's Hoonicorn Take Down a Ford GT Carbon Series?

Can Ken Block’s Hoonicorn Take Down a Ford GT Carbon Series?

Watch Ken Block’s Hoonicorn Mustang smoke a Ford GT on the drag strip

When it comes to beefed-up Mustangs, no pony compares to Ken Block’s Hoonicorn. Sure, he uses the heavily modified 1965 Mustang for a lot of drifting, but it’s insanely powerful and, as a result, insanely fast too. How fast? Well, it can put a Ford GT Carbon Edition supercar to shame.

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Everything You Need to Know About the 2023 Ford F-150 Electric

Everything You Need to Know About the 2023 Ford F-150 Electric

For starters, it’s coming in 2022, if we’re lucky

It’s been a while since FoMoCo’s train-pulling PR stunt came to further hype the arrival of the all-electric Ford F-150. As Ford has been rather tight-lipped lately about its full-electric pickup truck, we thought we’d have a look at what we know up until this point and what we should expect expect from the electric F-150. Here’s what we can report for the time being.

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2020 Fordzilla P1 Virtual Race Car

2020 Fordzilla P1 Virtual Race Car

It’s out of this world in more ways than one

The coronavirus pandemic has jogged a lot of our memories of 2020, but if you can clear your head long enough to remember what the world was like in March, you might remember a certain project that Ford was developing for the world of video games. It was called the Fordzilla P1, a virtual race car that gamers would have a huge hand in developing. It’s been nine months since Ford announced the Fordzilla P1, and while the world has completely turned upside down since that time, it’s nice to be reminded of much simpler times. The Fordzilla P1 has arrived in real-life form, and while it’s really nothing more than a mock-up of the digital race car, it’s still nice to see it in its physical form. At the very least, all that effort that was put into creating this insane racer bore a seriously forbidden fruit.

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The $18,500 Carbon Fiber Track Pack Makes the Mustang Shelby GT500 Slower

The $18,500 Carbon Fiber Track Pack Makes the Mustang Shelby GT500 Slower

Don’t buy the Carbon Fiber Track Pack if you want to take the Shelby GT500 drag racing!

The Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is available with a Carbon Fiber Track Pack that makes it look meaner thanks to a GT4-spec rear wing. It also makes it lighter thanks to the carbon-fiber wheels, carbon-fiber dashboard, and rear-seat delete, as well as more agile on the race track.

On the other hand, it seems that this bundle makes the GT500 slower in a straight line. So if you’re planning to race your GT500 at the drag strip, save yourself $18,500 and stay away from the Carbon Fiber Track Pack.

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2021 Ford F-150 vs 2020 Ford F-150

2021 Ford F-150 vs 2020 Ford F-150

Is the 14th generation of the truck better than the model it replaces?

Ford was preparing for the 2021 F-150’s launch for quite some time. The hype surrounding the world’s best-selling truck was immense, but the pandemic threw a spanner in the works and Ford had to settle for a rather subdued launch.

Still, people had their eyes glued to the screens to watch the live steam of the truck’s debut and to see what’s new this time around. The 14th generation needed to be a step up in all the aspects given how Ram and Chevy have upped the ante in the last few years. There are improvements in most of the departments, however, there are also a few things that we would’ve liked better. So, here’s a guide that compares the 2021 F-150 to its predecessor in terms of exterior, interior, tech features, engine options, towing capabilities, and price.

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2021 Ford F-150 by PaxPower

2021 Ford F-150 by PaxPower

The Houston-based aftermarket company can turn your 2021 F-150 into a big, beefy, powerful beast

Ford revealed the 2021 F-150 a few months back and it seems like a complete package. The exterior feels fresh and the interior comes with new features like Max Recline Seats and Interior Work Surface. When it comes to the drivetrains, Ford even introduced a new hybrid mill for the 2021 model along with a power boost on some of the existing engines.

One thing missing, however, was the Raptor version of the truck. Ford is still working on it and hasn’t introduced the 2021 F-150 Raptor, but just like the Bronco and the story of the missing V-8 engine, PaxPower has swooped in to capitalize on the opportunity.

PaxPower has introduced a few packages for the 2021 model year F-150 that come with bigger tires, heavy-duty steel bumpers, and a massive power boost that makes it more powerful than the 2021 Ram 1500 TRX.

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A Ford F-150 Raptor Isn't Really A Raptor Until It Has Tank Tracks

A Ford F-150 Raptor Isn’t Really A Raptor Until It Has Tank Tracks

Every truck is a beast until one with tank tracks arrives

The immense mod potential in a vehicle is not limited to just hatches and sedans; even pickup trucks can be modified and customized to a crazy extent. Take Westen Champlin for instance. Instead of upgrading the tires to a bigger or a different set, he got some new shoes altogether. Champlin has fitted tank tracks on his Ford F-150 Raptor and it has become a beast that can conquer just about any terrain. Were we doing Raptor the wrong way until now?

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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