Ford has announced its limited-edition Falcon Sprint models will be fitted with Pirelli P-Zero rubber that improve braking distances…
The organisers of the Le Mans 24 Hours overnight confirmed four Ford GTs would be eligible for the 2016 Le Mans 24 Hours – 50 years on from the original GT40s historic victory.
The MX-5, Toyota 86 and Ford Mustang are all rear-drive sportscars you don’t need, but want. So, Which one should you choose?
The 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor race truck has been revealed overnight. It will compete in the ‘stock’ class in a series of off-road races in the US.
Toyota has become the first car maker to adopt Ford’s open-source software SmartDeviceLink which allows access to smartphone apps via voice commands.
Ford to offer Ford-licenced range of caravans and slide-on campers in the US, fifth-wheel trailers and pop-up campers are also expected… won’t come to Australia.
Ford’s You Yangs Proving Ground is celebrating 50 years of operation and is one of several fully equipped Ford proving grounds in the world.
The recent Silverstone Auction at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show saw a 1985 Ford Escort RS Turbo set an auction world record, realising £60,188 (or $129K).
Ford has become the first car maker to begin testing its autonomous vehicles at Mcity – a simulated real-world environment at the University of Michigan, USA.
The new Toyota Fortuner and Ford Everest have scored 5 Star ANCAP ratings while a crop of refreshed models, including the Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series have retained their top ratings.
The 2016 Ford Focus RS will make 257kW and 440Nm of torque and list from $50,990 +ORC when it goes on-sale here mid-2016.
The 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor is promised to be the most off-road capable version of the large 4×4 ute with a new video showing off its off-road flex…
Robert Pepper’s 2016 Ford Ranger PX Mk2 review with pricing, specs, ride and handling, safety, verdict and rating.
there’s a bit of noise about reversing cameras not being standard on 2016 Ford Ranger. Here’s my two cents…
The iconic Ford Bronco celebrated its 50th anniversary this week – “a rough, tough, go anywhere sports car”. Yep, Ford called it a sports car.