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.
Turns out dirt and mud make the racing prototype look even better.
The 2020 Escape packs a surprising amount of standard in-dash tech. Let's check it out.
One of Ford's best-selling SUVs enters a new generation with a lot to like.
Appealing to tens of thousands of people each month isn't easy, but the new Ford Escape pulls it off with aplomb.
The Bronco R prototype's stock engine and drivetrain performed like champs, but it wasn't enough to beat Baja.
The new SUV would ride on a new electric skateboard-style chassis developed by Rivian.
The collection for sale on Amazon includes the parts, apparel and toys.
Tesla's new technological terror pulling a rear-wheel drive Ford up a hill proves nothing, so don't get too excited.