The new-generation 2018 Ford Expedition powers into Ford dealerships across the Middle East this month, setting the benchmark yet again for the full-size SUV segment. The much-awaited model redefines its category with its all-new design inside and out, its unique smart technologies, best in class power and fuel economy, and more expected towing capability than any other full-sized SUV. The new generation 2018 Ford Expedition is the smartest, most capable and most adaptable Expedition ever.
In their continued efforts to further empower women, Ford Motor Company and Jeddah-based Effat University this week complete the inaugural session of Ford Driving Skills for Life for Her, a special variation of Ford’s globally renowned and award-winning safe driving programme for teens and new drivers, Driving Skills for Life. The programme – specially designed to accommodate Saudi female students embarking on their journey to acquire a driver’s licence – made its global debut out of the Kingdom this week, coinciding with International Women’s Day, with more than 250 female students participating.
Ford has appointed Al-Kasid Group as its new authorised importer-dealer for the sale and service of Ford vehicles and distribution of Ford and MotorCraft® parts in all of Iraq, the Company announced today.
Ford is increasing production of two popular full-size SUVs to meet surging demand for both all-new models ahead of their arrival in the Middle East. The Lincoln Navigator, the company’s new all-new luxury SUV flagship, and the Ford Expedition – the smartest, most capable and most adaptable large SUV ever – have both undergone a complete redesign, building on the reputation the nameplates have forged in the region for quality, capability and power.
Ford, The LEGO Group and rally specialists M-Sport revealed a new model from the LEGO® Speed Champions range that is set to bring the thrill of the rally stage to living room floors – the title-winning M-Sport Ford Fiesta WRC rally car.
Ford Motor Company is assisting Saudi Arabian women gain the power of mobility by hosting a special Driving Skills for Life programme with Effat University. Calling on her fellow students to partake, Shams Hakim, Business HR student at Effat.
Forget shopping, fine dining or an epic boxset binge – new preliminary research reveals that driving a sports car on a daily basis is among the best ways to boost your sense of wellbeing and emotional fulfilment.
The Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services (DCAS) showcased on its Ambulance of the Future – a Ford Transit-based vehicle heralded as the most advanced emergency unit ever developed – during the Arab Health Exhibition and Congress last week.
The Henry Ford Entrepreneurship Academy continues to go from strength to strength in the Middle East, with the latest workshops taking place in partnership with the UAE’s Ministry of Youth Affairs at the Youth Hub – a new centre in Dubai for youth to connect to people, power, and potential across all sectors.
Ford saw its market share in almost every automotive segment in the Middle East rise in 2017, most significantly in the mid-size crossover utility and full-size sedan segments, at a time where the overall industry continued to decline. The company registered increased demand for the Ford Edge as well as Taurus, among other models, despite their respective segments shrinking overall, according to the company’s data.
Ford has once again fortified its position as America’s truck leader with its F-Series marking 41 consecutive years as the nation’s best-selling pickup, and America’s best-selling vehicle for 36 years.
Ever get the feeling you should be getting more out of your tank of fuel? Having a car with a fuel efficient engine – like Ford’s award-winning EcoBoost range – is a great start, but how you drive it makes a big difference.
From subway systems and bus lines to taxi fleets, ride-hailing services and personal vehicles, cities offer lots of ways to get around. This abundance of choice must make life easier, right? Unfortunately, no. And that’s because each mode of transportation has been optimised to work as well as it possibly can on its own, but getting them all to work together hasn’t been at the top of too many to-do lists. It would be, though, if more of us involved in the transportation system were focused on optimising mobility for the people in our cities versus the technology itself.
Ford Motor Company today announced the latest recipients of its Conservation and Environmental Grants, with $100,000 being made available to 10 successful entries. Accepted from Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Yemen, the touted projects focused on three main areas: Environmental Education, Protection of the Natural Environment and Conservation Engineering.
The holiday season is just around the corner. Our roads are expected to see peak traffic as thousands of people take a break to spend some quality time with their loved ones.
Despite the festivities, this is also a time when drivers need to be extra careful on the roads. There is a significant spike in road accidents and fatalities during every holiday period.