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In Season 2's seventh episode, Jim Farley talks with journalist Luke Russert, the son of journalists Tim Russert and Maureen Orth. They delve into Luke's journey around the world and his experience of dealing with the loss of his father at a young age.
Winters in Canada can be cold. Because of that, one of the most common questions that Canadian customers ask is whether electric vehicles are a realistic option when temperatures begin to drop.
Michigan Central Station will begin welcoming people back after more than three decades this June.
Ford software engineer Joshua Moore left behind a little secret inspired by his daughter when he led development on the Sketch app for the SYNC 4A infotainment system.
More than ever before, commercial customers want to lower the total cost of ownership, and transform their businesses. Ford Pro CFO Navin Kumar will discuss how Ford Pro is uniquely positioned to do that.
In Season 2's sixth episode, popular social media influencer and car reviewer Forrest Jones talks about how he sees his TikTok and YouTube videos as a gateway for future car enthusiasts.
Dag Ødegaard from Lier, Norway, fell in love with Ford F-Series trucks while traveling in the U.S. Now, he's the first Norwegian customer to take home an electric Ford F-150 Lightning.
In the middle of its most profound transformation in a century, with electric and software-enabled vehicles, the global auto industry can and should look to technology-led changes in other industries for clues to the form and fallout that revolution could take.
The 2021 Ford Super Duty is the most dependable large heavy-duty pickup in the J.D. Power 2024 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study, based on feedback from drivers after three years of ownership.