Ford F-150 Raptor R – Photo Source/Copyright: Ford via Twitter The Ford F-150 lineup is set to welcome a new trim and several other variants right ahead of the 2023 model year. A two-tone Heritage Edition F-150 is first up, just in time for the model’s 75th anniversary, while an entry-level, off-road Rattler trim comes
Ford Patents Multifunction Car Visor – Photo Source/Copyright: Ford First came the visor, followed by the addition of mirrors and lights–but what’s coming next? If Ford gets its way, the visor should receive a few interesting tweaks. Bosch first developed its virtual visor a couple of years ago, but that innovation hasn’t made it to
Ford Raptor – Courtesy: Image by Ford A redesign for the Ford Ranger pickup truck is currently on its way to the Australian market, but don’t be discouraged. This reworked model is also a precursor to the Ranger coming to the United States soon. This mid-size truck is a favorite among Ford buyers who want
Photo Source/Copyright: Ford American automaker Ford recently made a big splash in the truck segment of the market with the unveiling of its highly-anticipated F-150 Lightning, the all-electric variant of its most popular vehicle. Ford became the first American automaker from the “Big Three” to introduce an all-electric pickup truck to the American market. But
Image Source: Ford Ford is one of the newest players in the electric vehicle realm thanks to the release of the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E, and rumor has it—that’s not enough. While the Mach-E will likely continue to do impressive numbers on the track and on the lot, the automaker has recently hinted it is interested
Image Source: Ford The American automaker launched an exciting 2020 Ford Explorer with a slew of new features, including standard Michelin Self-Seal tires. The tires were lined with a unique sealant that was designed to fill in nail and road debris tread punctures. If the tire were to get punctured, the sealant in the tire would
Image Source: Motortrend.com The wait is finally over. The long-awaited 2021 Ford Bronco has finally been cleared to hit the production line beginning March 29, 2021. After a months-long delay, Ford has finally announced the off-road adventure vehicle will be mass-produced out of their Wayne, Michigan production plant. With this announcement, eager drivers should expect the
Florida has firmly placed itself in the driver’s seat of the self-driving wave as more and more companies flock to the Sunshine State to test autonomous vehicle tech.