This despite the fact that you've already paid more to purchase a car without a back seat in the first place.
Henry Ford didn't invent the automobile, but his assembly line techniques made cars affordable for the masses, an ethos the company retains to this day. Now Ford produces a full line of vehicles, from compact sedans to large SUVs, and the best-selling vehicle for 32 years running in the US, the F-150 pick-up truck.
There are plenty of big-money sports cars on the show floor in Geneva, but in among the carbon fiber beauties lurks a pair of hyperbolic hot hatches. Which is best? We debate their relative merits.
The all-new Shelby GT350R is as track-ready as they come, with a powerful engine and a lightweight design.
If the 500 horsepower Shelby GT350 Mustang isn't harsh enough for you, perhaps the track-focused GT350R will fit the bill.
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This year's Geneva auto show went to the stratosphere as a collection of the world's most exclusive cars, but also gave us two extreme hatchbacks, the Honda Civic Type R and the Ford Focus RS.
Tour the Mighty Mo, an Iowa-class battleship that fought in WWII, Korea, Desert Storm, and on whose decks the peace treaty between the US and Japan was signed.
With about 420 horsepower on tap and race-ready performance, this isn't your typical Toyota Yaris Hybrid.
The USS Gerald R. Ford has been under construction for years. Today, the first-of-its-class carrier will be christened, ushering in an era of high-tech aircraft carriers.
In March 1922, the U.S. Navy launched a bold experiment that really took off. Behold its first-ever aircraft carrier.
From seats that measure your vital signs and massage you on command to autonomous driving and pedestrian warnings, the car of the future will be a comfy, if slightly bossy, place to be. Molly Wood checks out the R&D of Detroit for Always On.