Roush has been building hopped up cars and trucks with more style and performance for years. The company is mostly known for making already fast Mustangs faster, but that isn’t all it does. Roush has a full line of modifications for the Ford F-150 truck, and the Roush Nitemare F-150 is a good example. Like most Roush products, the Nitemare … Continue reading
Ford and VW have been in talks for months now on possible tie-ups between the two automakers to help reduce the cost of developing new vehicles, among other things. VW and Ford have announced today that VW will be investing in Ford’s autonomous auto division Argo AI. The exact amount of money that VW has invested in Argo AI is … Continue reading
What was once rumored is now official: Ford is going to use VW's electric car platform, called MEB, for some of its own battery-powered vehicles. The announcement builds on the "global alliance" that the pair announced back in January. Ford says it w...
The Ford GT was hardly a slowpoke, but for those who want the blue oval’s supercar turned up to 11 there’s the new Ford GT Mk II. Coaxing 700 horsepower out of the 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine, the limited-edition fettled coupe is Ford and partner Multimatic’s answer to the one big question GT fans had about the car. That question was, … Continue reading
VW and Ford appear close to formalizing their partnership on EVs and self-driving cars. Reuters sources claim the two have forged an "outline agreement" that will see them ally on more than just commercial vehicles. Most notably, VW would share its...
Volkswagen and Ford have put together a deal to share electric and autonomous car tech for passenger vehicles, sources close to the talks claim, a significant extension of a previously-announced alliance. The two automaker heavyweights confirmed they’d be working together on products back in January, though at the time insisted it was only for commercial customers. That agreement would see … Continue reading
Ford has rolled into this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed looking to flex some performance muscle with a special edition GT supercar built exclusively for the track. Free of rules and restrictions, the Ford GT Mk II travels a little lighter and lower than its street-going sibling, and also packs considerably more punch for a life off the leash.