The Ford GT has been reborn yet again. At the 2015 North American International Auto Show, Ford showcased the redesigned GT with some light-weight styling and an EcoBoost V6 engine in the rear.
The all-new Shelby GT350R is as track-ready as they come, with a powerful engine and a lightweight design.
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The Raptor has for years been the ultimate production off-roader, and with the next-generation F-150 on the market, it's time for a new Raptor to match.
Ford is rebooting the GT again, this time putting a twin-turbo V-6 in the back of a carbon-fiber chassis to create what will certainly be one of the most desirable sports cars on the road.
Ford is bringing the GT back from the dead one more time in 2016, and it's better looking than ever.
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Some of the high points of the first day of the 2015 International CES.
CNET Editor-at-Large Brian Cooley sits down with Ford Chief Executive Mark Fields and discusses how the company thinks about technology in the car and its plans for future innovation.
German automaker is promising a world premiere of a new model, and should have plenty of other surprises in store. Want to see it as it happens? Join us live.
Ford's new CEO, Mark Fields, takes the stage at CES for the first time.
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