In 1903, Henry Ford launched the Ford Motor Company with a vision for mass production and the dream of a motorist nation. By 1915, Ford had produced its first million cars and held the top spot in the global automobile market. Today the Ford family of motor vehicles totals 7 brands and nearly 60 production models. As Big Three market share continues to slip, Ford looks to adapt its market strategy to meet the needs of a changing industry. With the introduction of their first hybrid, the Ford Escape Hybrid, and the redesign of flagship cars like Mustang and Taurus, the Ford Motor Company has high hopes for the future.
Ford Reviews & Features
January 30, 2013
The combination of luxury and utility in the new Ford F-150 King Ranch is blended in a way that only truck experts could pull off.
January 25, 2013
The 2013 Ford Fusion has a lot going for it, with a brand new design inside and out that will grab your attention.
December 26, 2012
Ford has made some huge strides in recent years, and the all-new Escape is the latest model to really raise the bar.
December 21, 2012
For those craving a sedan with speed and lots of room, the 2013 Ford Taurus SHO rises to the occassion and beyond.
August 22, 2012
With an updated exterior and plenty of power under the hood, the new Ford Mustang V6 Coupe is guaranteed to turn heads.
August 13, 2012
If you need space but don't want to go down the minivan express, take a hard look at the stylish 2013 Ford Flex.
July 13, 2012
We attended Ford’s Go Further event and drove some great cars and learned about Ford’s initiatives in areas like green technology and design.
June 27, 2012
We headed to Millar Motorsports Park for an unforgettable experience test driving the new Ford Mustang Boss 302.
May 16, 2012
Joe Gustafson looks back at the legacy left by Carroll Shelby with a list of his greatest hits, including the 1967 Shelby Cobra.
October 4, 2011
The 2012 Ford Focus Hatchback gets back to the performance roots that made the original model so popular.
September 29, 2011
The 2011 Ford Taurus SHO delivers the power and economy necessary for a sports sedan to succeed in today's market.
June 25, 2011
We joined Ford in Dearborn, Michigan for the weekend to learn about what the car manuacturer had in store for the future.
April 4, 2011
More Taurus than F-150, the totally redesigned 2011 Ford Explorer unapologetically plays to the crossover crowd.
March 28, 2011
The Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson balances the fine line between luxury and ultra cool sportiness, a tricked-out truck with a Harley-Davidson attitude that commands attention on the road.
With a sleek design and solid gas mileage, the 2011 Ford Fusion is a fairly priced mid-size sedan that offers solid performance.
The resurrected 2011 Ford Taurus looks great, inside and out, with tons of options and a even more cabin space.
The 2011 Ford Fiesta makes Ford a true player in the subcompact segment thanks to its slick look, superior gas mileage and a boatload of cool options.
It already was one of the most popular entries in the crossover market, but the 2011 Ford Edge makes the driving experience safer and more integrated with its slick MyFord Touch option.
Sites worth visiting
Home page to the Ford Motor Company, this is an excellent resource for company news and a hub for other important Ford sites. Visit the online showroom for the newest looks, browse for purchasing options and programs, or get in touch with customer service.
Home page for Ford cars and trucks.
Ford on Wikipedia
Looking for general information concerning Ford? Put your total accuracy misgivings aside and head over to Wikipedia. We wouldn’t recommend using the page for your master’s thesis, but it’s a great place to read up on all things Ford.
This page has everything your adrenaline-craving heart could desire. Stay up to date with the major pro racing circuits or browse for tips on tuning your own ride. Welcome to life in the fast lane.
Ford Auto Shows
This is the cutting-edge. The Ford sponsored page keeps you up-to-date on the latest and greatest in the auto show world. Check out some of the newest concepts and the hottest mods from Foose, Shelby, and more.
Around the Blogosphere
Ford at AutoBlog
The guys at AutoBlog say they “obsessively cover the auto industry,” and they couldn’t be more right. Check out their Ford page for the very latest in news and pics on your favorite auto maker.
Ford at Automotive Blogs
Short on creativity (Automotive Blogs - nice one guys) but long on news and punditry, this is another great place to look for your auto info. Coverage includes everything from the newest models to UAW dealings.
Jalopnik takes offbeat commentary to the next level, covering the strange and surreal of the auto world. For coverage on the latest concept cars or retro throwbacks to old-school advertisements, get your fill of zany here.
Ford forum is a sponsor driven community site built around the forum platform. The site also includes a gallery and classifieds section for browsing. Be forewarned, the ads…they’re EVERYWHERE! Still, a good place to get first-hand owner related questions and answers.
Classic to concept, this is the community site for any Ford truck. With original articles and a hyperactive forum, you can find anything from upgrade and modification tips to recall news and maintenance calendars.
With a general discussion thread called “The Pub,” can you really go wrong? We think not. This site offers a clean aesthetic and another highly active forum population. Most notably, this page hosts threads for international Ford owners. Aussies love them Fords!
Ford since Mulally
It’s been more than a year since Alan Mulally left Boeing to be named bigwig at Ford Motor Company. Micheline Maynard at the Times takes a look at what’s changed, if anything. Can the company make necessary restructuring fast enough? Can they stay competitive in the meantime? Read on.
Ray Day named VP of Communications
On Wednesday, October 24th, Ford announced the appointment of Ray Day as Vice President of Communications. Day replaces Charlie Holleran, the notoriously quiet three-year captain of the Ford communications squad. Journalists rejoice – there may be new hope for hot stories, straight from the horse’s mouth.
The most recent Consumer Reports show Ford improving reliability on a grand scale. With 41 of 44 Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury autos making the average grade or better, Ford’s finally hearing good news from survey media. The full story’s at the Boston Globe.