Ford plans to make the nation's capital a pillar in its strategy to commercially deploy self-driving vehicles. Starting in the first quarter of 2019, the company will begin testing its autonomous-driving technology in Washington D.C.
If anyone needed further proof that "too much" and "pickup" no longer belong in the same sentence, Texas tuner John Hennessey has created the 2019 Hennessey Heritage F-150, a supercharged 758-hp Ford pickup with a starting price of $94,950.
Dealers got the clearest look to date at CEO Jim Hackett's restructuring plan. Executives vowed to freshen showrooms through shorter product development cycles. They also revealed plans to add affordable nonsedan models to the lineup, raise profit margins by altering vehicle allocations and launch an edgy advertising campaign that plays up Ford's history.