The 2023 Ford Kuga Facelift Starts Shedding It’s Clothes, Starting With The Grille Being Revealed
It’s been almost a month since we spotted the facelift Ford Kuga out for its first testing session, and today, our spy photographers caught a new prototype on the German roads. It not only changes the camouflage, but also reveals its grille and the air intake in the lower part of the front bumper.
It Looks Like The Ford Kuga Will Undergo A Massive Transformation
The third generation Ford Kuga (also known as the Escape in the States) was launched in 2019 and went on sale in Europe in the same year. The Escape, on the other hand, was put on sale a year later. And now, despite still being very fresh, the Kuga is about to get its first facelift.
Our spy photographers caught the first prototypes of the facelift Kuga testing on the streets of Germany, next to the current model.
You Can Now Make Your Own Accessories For The Ford Maverick
If there’s one vehicle that singlehandedly revitalized the compact pickup segment, that would be the Ford Maverick. Thanks to its affordable price tag and ingenious practicality, the Maverick has proven to be enough of a hit for Ford to suspend orders temporarily. And, to make ownership even more fun, the Blue Oval brand has finally released the geometry files for the pickup’s Ford Integrated Tether System (FITS).
The China-Spec 2023 Focus Makes Us Wonder If Ford Retired The Car A Little Too Soon In The U.S.
The Ford Focus officially ceased to exist in the North American market in 2018, and it was part of the Blue Oval brand’s move to trim its passenger car lineup to just the Mustang. Four years later, the Focus is still alive and well in Europe and certain Asian countries, particularly China. Just after showcasing the facelifted global Focus last October, it’s now time for the Chinese version to make an appearance, albeit unofficially.
Missed Out On Reserving Your Ford Maverick? Well, This Is When Ford Will Start Accepting Bookings Again
There’s no denying the fact that Ford has recently pushed out a ton of vehicles that were a homerun success. The F-150 Lightning will eventually lead the pack for Ford’s electric vehicle (EV) push and sales of the Mustang Mach-E have also been successful. The Maverick compact pickup is also one such vehicle, and such was the craze for it initially that Ford had to suspend orders for the 2022 model year. But, the company plans to open up the order books later this year. Will you be booking one?
184 Ford Mustang Mach-E GTs Will Soon Report For Duty In New York City
Best Pickup Trucks Of 2021
Pickup trucks have dominated the American market for the longest time, and this isn’t bound to change anytime soon. There are tens of pickup trucks available today, and unless you are clear with your requirements, you are sure to get confused with what to pick. With electric trucks entering the market, the confusion is only going to intensify. When we sat down to pick the best trucks of 2021, we knew we were in for a trouble given the numerous choices that we have. So, to make it simpler, we decided to go with new that were launched in 2021.
Presenting to you, the five best pickup trucks of 2021. Spoiler alert – two of these are EVs!
Drag Race: Mustang Mach-E GT vs Tesla Model Y Performance
Did You Know That Buying A Ford Bronco Sport Helps In Saving Our Oceans?
Buying a car is not exactly what you would call a very eco-friendly choice. After all, depending on how it’s manufactured, it will probably contribute in more ways than one to greenhouse gas emissions or material waste. In the case of the Ford Bronco Sport, buying one could mean ridding the ocean from plastic pollution.
Watch Five Pickup Trucks Try To Invoke The Usain Bolt Spirit In Them In This Drag Race
The folks at ‘The Fast Lane Truck’ conducted a drag race with not two, but five different pickup trucks. They had trucks across segments, starting from the Ford Maverick and the Hyundai Santa Cruz, to the Nissan Frontier, the Toyota Tundra, and the Ford F-150 Raptor. This wasn’t a conventional race wherein you just had all five trucks go at it together. It was more of a gauntlet match wherein the winner of a race faced a new truck in the next round and the loser got eliminated. Sounds a little like Squid Game, doesn’t it?
The New Ford Ranger Raptor Is Just Around The Corner
After 11 years on the market, the Ranger T-6 was finally replaced! The 2023 Ranger made its debut on November 24, 2021, and we know for sure a Raptor version is just around the corner. Now, thanks to X-Tomi Design we also have a better look at the next Ranger Raptor.
2022 Ford Focus
After giving a few but necessary tweaks to the Fiesta, Ford is back with a newly designed Focus with a few major improvements over the earlier model years. Apart from the updated front fascia, there are tweaks made to the cabin as well, including the addition of a large 13.2-inch touchscreen and a fully digital instrument panel. A dual-clutch automatic joins the game and will be available throughout the Focus lineup.
The Ford Focus Electric Could Have Been A Little Ahead of Its Time
The truth is that the Ford Focus Electric was an utter and complete failure compared to most of Ford’s lineup. During the time it was on sale between 2011 and 2019 here in the United States, Ford averaged a sales volume of around 1,125 examples per year. In fairness, it was one of the first big steps that Ford took into electrification, and now it seems like it may have been a little ahead of its time – especially now that the Ford Mach-E is, you know, such a hit.
2022 Ford Fiesta
With astounding sales figure goals, the 2022 Fiesta launches in Europe with revised looks and improved technology. The overall impressions are quite good as it gets a design refresh with new powertrain options. Meanwhile, the Volkswagen Polo, Vauxhall Corsa, and Skoda Fabia are also getting substantial upgrades with the 2022 model year. How will the 2022 Ford Fiesta hold up in the European market after its latest facelift?
Battle Of The Hot Budget Hatches: The Hyundai i20 N vs Ford Fiesta ST vs Volkswagen Polo GTI
Mat Watson and his team from ‘Carwow’ brought three hot budget hatches to the drag strip. The contenders were the Hyundai i20 N, the Ford Fiesta ST, and the Volkswagen Polo GTI. All of them make in the whereabouts of 200 horsepower. The fact that every car has an aspect where it shines the best and is better than its competitors makes up for an interesting race. Which hatch do you have your money on?