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Ford offered a first look at its upcoming Mustang-inspired battery-electric crossover through a sketch of the vehicle's backside. The vehicle will have a range of more than 300 miles.
Ford teases Mustang-like EV; More markets for Chevy Bolt; Nissan charges up I-95; Polestar retail-center peek; Say hey, BMW; Escape loses recommendation; A rugged Chevy Colorado.
Ford has ended nationwide advertising for the Fiesta, Focus, Fusion and Taurus and also is dialing back spending in certain markets -- even though the Fusion will stay in showrooms for now.
Automotive supplier Flex-N-Gate is doubling the size of its plastics parts plant in Danville, Ill., to handle more work for Toyota and Ford.
Ford's August sales rose 4.1 percent thanks to strong gains in fleet and favorable comparisons to August 2017, when Hurricane Harvey crippled sales in Texas, the industry's largest pickup market.
Ford plans job, product cuts in Europe - report; Mercedes, Audi, BMW prepare to face the enemy: Tesla; Suzuki China exit; Sales up at L-R, down at Jag; Electric scooter overload?
The open question is whether to give VW dealers a rebadged Ford Ranger, or a unibody pickup based on the Atlas crossover.
Ford said it's standing by its Mondeo midsize car, adding that it will move forward with plans for an upgrade of the model and denying a report that it plans to halt production.
Ford would be making a mistake to dilute the Mustang's image in its move to drop sedans from its U.S. lineup.
Chevy is targeting the lower end of the pony car pricing spectrum, where Ford and Dodge have been thriving.
Ford may cut up to 24,000 jobs and stop producing models such as the Mondeo as it tries to revive its European business, the Sunday Times reported.
VW expects that a strategic partnership with Ford would not unequally favor the German automaker even though it is nearly twice the size of its U.S. rival, said a key VW executive behind the deal.
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