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.
An alleged internal Ford document might shed some light on the Mustang lineup's future.
The '49 Ford saved the Blue Oval from financial ruin, and this early-2000s revival could've spiced up showroom and its balance sheet, too.
This ultra-aerodynamic, ultra-frugal vision of the future never made it to production, but a lot of its ideas have.
It was supposed to preview a possible Dodge Charger rival; instead, Ford took some design cues and made a new Taurus.
Already producing face shields to ward off the coronavirus, the automaker details its impressive work on simplified respirator mask and ventilator designs.
Ford, Fiat Chrysler and General Motors all shut its North American production operations down this month amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The Blue Oval will begin production in late April at its Rawsonville, Michigan factory with paid volunteer labor supported by the UAW to help fight coronavirus.
These latest safety campaigns include the Ford E-Series and Mercury Milan, as well.