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Thanks to a blistering first-half pace, Ford Motor Co. might sell more big pickups in the U.S. this year than it ever has, shattering a 14-year-old record set at the height of the housing boom.
Despite plans to kill the Fusion midsize sedan in the U.S. next year, the automaker will keep the Fusion name alive. Just not as a sedan.
Increased net profit 82% in the 2017 fiscal year
The automaker overcame a 2.3 percent decline in fleet business and a 14 percent drop in the car segment thanks to strong performances for its SUV and pickup business. Utility sales rose 8.
Ford launched a right-hand-drive Ranger Raptor earlier this year in overseas markets. Now a left-hand-drive version has been spotted.
Ford is losing its longtime top Washington lobbyist to an investment firm that's investing heavily in Ford's crosstown rival General Motors.
In 2012, it finally looked like Ford had an answer to the Japanese automakers' dominance of the segment. Now it's headed for the scrap heap.
Ford, in collaboration with its dealers, is launching a series of coordinated grass-roots recruiting efforts to add about 5,000 technicians across its network within two years.
Ford is losing Ziad Ojakli, its longtime top Washington lobbyist, to Softbank, an investment firm that's investing heavily in Ford's crosstown rival General Motors.
In a suddenly escalating war of words with Tesla, Ford PR has chosen to Go Further. Elon Musk took a jab at his Michigan rival in an interview this week when he said Ford "looks like a morgue."
The yearly show has been rumored for months to be moving either to October or June. The new date will take effect for the 2020 show. The 2019 show will remain in January.
The company in 2010 pledged over the next 15 years to cut by 30 percent per vehicle the amount of carbon dioxide emissions from its carmaking processes. It achieved its goal in half the time.
The midsize crossover will start at $52,450, up 7.3 per cent from the $48,900 for the current MKX, which the Nautilus will replace. All-wheel drive remains standard on the vehicle in Canada.
The midsize crossover will start at $41,335, up slightly from the $40,030 for the current MKX.
During an extensive overhaul project of its body shop, a Michigan dealership stays open on the night shift to keep repairs on schedule.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett stopped a planned 10-year Dearborn campus renovation to give it a 'much healthier' design.
Ford Motor's purchase of the long-abandoned Michigan Central Station will be Bill Ford's most impactful achievement, no matter how many acts he has left.
Dealers were shown the Lincoln Corsair, along with the next-generation Ford Escape, Explorer, Mach 1 battery-electric crossover, a small off-road SUV and a Lincoln Continental with suicide doors late last month at a meeting...
Ford CEO Jim Hackett has promised to be more visible and accessible to dealers after spending much of his first year consumed with getting the automaker in better shape.
Ford plans a one-of-a-kind research and engineering campus in Detroit, including 2,500 employees working in a grandiose former train depot to develop the vehicles of the future.
The 2019 model, on sale in the first quarter of next year, gets new tires, changes to the suspension and a new aerodynamics package that includes an updated rear spoiler with an optional Gurney flap.
Ford has purchased the long-blighted Michigan Central Station, a towering train depot in Detroit's Corktown neighborhood that will be the centerpiece of a sprawling urban campus the automaker will use to woo talent.
The new products use Ford's transportation mobility cloud to track a vehicle's GPS location, mileage, fuel-use data, operating conditions, driver behavior and more.
Light-vehicle sales are still expected to decline for a second consecutive year in 2018, but implacable demand for high-profit SUVs and the extra cash that last year's income-tax changes put in some customers' pockets are...
Ford's best-selling crossover is nearing its first redesign since 2012.
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