Ford GT Supercar Gets Upgraded with New Special Edition

 

As if the Ford GT supercar couldn’t get any better, the Ford Performance team recently announced the latest set of upgrades for the 2020 model. Thanks to Ford’s continuous technological innovation, the 2020 GT will see increased horsepower, and it will be released in two unique appearance packages: Liquid Carbon and a restyled Gulf Racing heritage livery edition that pays homage to Ford’s 1969 Le Mans win.

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Ford and PlanetM Select 3 Winners From City:One Challenge and Move Forward to Pilot Their Transportation Proposals

 

Ford acquired the Michigan Central Station and announced its intention to make it the centerpiece of a new mobility innovation district in Corktown in June of 2018. A year later they launched the City:One Michigan Central Station Challenge in partnership with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation’s mobility initiative, PlanetM. The challenge sparked such wide-spread interest, that they heard from over 2,000 local Detroit residents and received more than 164 unique proposals.

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Greener Solutions Earns Ford a Climate A-List Rating by CDP

 

Ford’s actions have been rewarded as they earned a spot on CDP’s Climate ‘A-List’ for the first time this year. The CDP, a global environmental impact nonprofit, is known for its gold standard for corporate environmental transparency and scoring process. 34 other American companies also scored A-ratings by the CDP in addition to Ford for 2020.

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The 2020 Super Duty Chassis Cab Features Best-In-Class Capability and the Latest Technology



Ford answered the call to create an even more powerful, capable, and work-ready commercial vehicle  with the 2020 Super Duty Chassis Cab lineup. Commercial customers can choose between three powerful engines paired with an all-new standard 10 speed Torqshift transmission, so no matter the job or the terrain it has to travel across and maneuver through, the all-new Super Duty Chassis Cab can complete it with ease.


“We don’t operate in a vacuum in Ford commercial trucks, we talk to the customers, dealers and upfitters who know how hard our trucks are worked,” said Nathan Oscarson, commercial truck marketing…

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Winter Weather Driving Tips and Reminders


The cold has set in and old man winter has arrived. Make sure your vehicle is ready for the season ahead from your tires to your wipers, to what you store inside while on the road. Everyone is busy juggling work and personal lives, so Haldeman Ford in Hamilton has composed a few general reminders to make sure your prepared.


Check Your Tires

As the weather grows colder and inclement weather becomes more dangerous to travel in, maintaining traction begins with your tires. Be sure to check your tires and make sure they’re properly inflated and have enough tread…

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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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Ford Runs Free with Newest Mustang: All Electric Mach-E



Mustang has been a staple nameplate for Ford since its inception in the 1960s. Representing the American spirit with freedom, speed, and big dreams with a rebellious nature, Mustang has come to represent a huge piece of American culture. Now, Ford has set out to progress society and American culture further with the newest edition to the Mustang family: an all-electric SUV-the Mustang Mach-E.


“At the first-ever Detroit auto show, Henry Ford said he was working on something that would strike like forked lightning,” said Bill Ford, executive chairman, Ford Motor Company. “That was the Model T. Today, the Ford…

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Ford and ARB Announce New Accessories Partnership


Last week, on October 31, 2019, Ford Performance and ARB, an Australian 4x4 accessories manufacturer and distributor, announced their partnership. Through their teamwork, they aim to design and develop off-road accessories and vehicle recovery parts for Ford’s off-roading adventurers.


“The goal of the relationship between ARB and Ford Performance is to provide Ford customers premium and functional off-road accessories that inspire personalized vehicle customization, improve off-road capability, and empower customers to feel comfortable using their vehicles – even in remote areas,” said Lachlan McCann, ARB chief operating officer.


The American Ford Ranger is the first vehicle on the lineup to…

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Ford Performance Driver Ryan Blaney Wins Thriller at Talladega


After initially being delayed a full day due to rain, NASCAR’s Monster Energy Cup Series playoff race at Talladega Superspeedway finally got underway this past Monday.


Following a crash-strewn 500 miles, Ford Performance and Team Penske driver Ryan Blaney earned his third-ever win in a stunning 0.007 second finish over fellow Ford Performance veteran Ryan Newman. According to NBCSports, it was the sixth-closest MENCS finish of all-time. 


When Newman took the lead on the last of 188 laps going into Turn 3 thanks to a last minute push by driver Denny Hamlin, Blaney made contact with Newman’s…

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Ford’s Michigan Central Station Restoration Project is Bringing Trade Jobs Back to Detroit


Recently, Ford Motor Company has introduced a plan to begin rebuilding the infrastructure of Detroit, one of America’s most underprivileged cities. One aspect of this plan, the restoration of the Michigan Central Station, has already been making leaps and bounds in the journey to bring Detroit out of the shadows. 


Ford purchased the Michigan Central Station last summer, and are now leading the charge to restore the historic building to its former glory. 


In an effort to revitalize the city’s lack of specialized trade workers like masons, bricklayers, plumbers, and electricians through this project, 12 students from A…

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