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.
The Jeep has a bit of a tougher time, but eventually makes its way up an inclined rock formation.
Video shows the Bronco with the Sasquatch package tackling one of the toughest off-road trails in the US, though it gets a tad stuck.
Ford's big SUV is actually cheaper for the new model year.
The final Fusion left the assembly line on July 31, meaning Ford no longer builds a sedan for America.
Jim Farley, Ford's chief operating officer, will step into the CEO role in the coming months.
No doubt this is the newly revealed F-150 with the Raptor treatment, and it ditches one major element going forward.
Shelby also plans to give the GT350 some love with its own Signature Edition model.
We'll finally get to build our own digital Broncos by September.