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.
This little robot could team up with a self-driving vehicle to make package delivery a truly human-free endeavor.
It's not like the car can walk up to your front porch, after all.
Ford's long-teased Mustang-inspired performance electric crossover is rumored to hit production in 2020.
The Blue Oval's big aluminum gamble paid off in the form of cheaper repairs and no insurance cost increases for owners.
The not-for-the-US wagon offers 276 hp and a 6-speed manual.
Carry lots of stuff -- and quickly, too.
The Ranger recall isn't very large, but the Fusion one is.
Chassis and tire upgrades make the updated Shelby GT350 friendly at the limit.