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Power Move: Ford Reportedly Working On All-New V8 Engine For Mustang, F-150 Models

 

Even as Ford turns to electric power for many of its future vehicles, it would appear that it hasn't yet abandoned classic gasoline power. 

 

As longtime followers of Ford’s production plant news will recall, Ford has recently invested a whopping $112 billion into its Windsor engine plant, which is located just across the Detroit river in the Great White North.

 

According to a recent quote from Unifor’s Jerry Dias, the Canadian auto union’s national president, Ford is in fact planning to build an all-new 6.8L V8 engine for two of its most iconic vehicles at…

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3 Ways to Reduce Your Vehicle’s Emissions

 

Did you know that in the United States, approximately 20 percent of all polluting emissions are produced by personal vehicles? While this certainly isn’t an easy statistic to hear, we all need our cars.

 

On the bright side, there are a few things you can do personally in order to reduce the emissions coming from your vehicle. Check out three of them right here courtesy of Haldeman Ford Hamilton!

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Ford’s Kevin Harvick Wins at Bristol, Mustang Sweeps NASCAR Playoff Round of 16

 

This past weekend, the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Championship Playoffs Round of 16 came to a close. When the dust settled, it was Kevin Harvick, driver of the number 4 Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing, who claimed victory.

 

The incredible win marks Harvick’s second of the 2020 postseason, and the ninth total victory of the season for the veteran driver and former champ.

 

 In addition, Harvick’s win at this year’s running of the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway makes the high-performance Ford Mustang three-for-three in the 2020 NASCAR postseason.

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5 Great Ways to Improve Your Vehicle’s Fuel Efficiency

 

The way of the automotive future is all about fuel efficiency, and with Ford’s latest lineup of incredible cars, trucks, and SUVs, you can rest assured that you’re in good hands when it comes to saving money on gas.

 

But what if we told you that you can improve your vehicle’s fuel efficiency by following these five simple tips? Check them out right here courtesy of Haldeman Ford Hamilton!

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5 of the Most Iconic Drivers in Ford NASCAR History

 

The Ford Motor Company has been successful in auto racing since the sport’s earliest inception, but this is especially true when it comes to NASCAR, America’s longest-running motorsports league.

 

Since the manufacturer’s first NASCAR Cup Series Championship was brought home by Buck Baker  in 1956, a Ford race car has won NASCAR’s most prestigious award 13 times. That number extends to 22 when you consider other Ford-affiliated brands throughout history such as Mercury and Lincoln.

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McDonald's and Ford Work Together to Build Better Cars with Coffee

 

Many people enjoy a cup of coffee on their commute to work, but few would expect the same source of their favorite cup of Joe to also be the same material parts of their car are composed of. Ford and McDonald’s both have made commitments to better the environment, and to maximize their efforts, they began thinking outside of the box and discovered how to turn coffee beans into a cup of coffee and build car parts with coffee bean waste.

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Truck Life: Grilling With Charcoal




When it comes to late-summer activities, it doesn’t get much better than a good old-fashioned barbecue session. These days, most grills come standard with propane and fancy electric starters, but the best grilling comes from a charcoal flame.


In the Truck Life, we do things to perfection. Host your late summer cookout in style with this tried and true charcoal barbecue lesson from Ford.

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The New Emoji Update Didn’t Reveal a Pickup Truck Emoji, Ford’s Changing That

 

Ford has developed a new pickup truck. It’s smaller than any they’ve ever built, but it will be available to everyone. It’s a pickup truck emoji. With billions of emojis sent everyday, and nearly every mode of transportation from cars to boats to ski lifts, truck fans started to notice an unfortunate omission. There was no pickup emoji.

 

Ford decided it was time to change that and is celebrating World Emoji Day with the debut of the pickup truck emoji.

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