After working collaboratively with residents in Austin to identify transportation challenges and propose new ways to improve mobility and increase access to health in their communities, the city of Austin announces the winning pilot proposals for the City:One Challenge™.
Ford Motor Company’s actions to cut emissions, mitigate climate risks and contribute to development of the low-carbon economy have earned it a place on CDP’s Climate ‘A List’ for climate change for the first time. Ford is among 35 American companies recognized this year.
The new Ford Performance Parts winch by Warn comes with 12,000 pounds of winching power and will be available as a factory-orderable option or dealer-installed after-sale accessory for both gas and diesel-powered Super Duty Tremor pickups.
Ford today kicks off its multi-channel national ad campaign for the all-new Escape, which features more space, smart new driver-assist technologies and a new hybrid powertrain option for class-leading EPA estimated fuel economy.
Agility Robotics is launching Digit, a robot with arms and legs to work with humans and in human spaces, for commercial sale; and, Ford Motor Company is the first customer, receiving the first two robots off the line.
Ford Motor Company is investing more than $1.45 billion in two southeast Michigan manufacturing facilities and adding 3,000 new jobs to strengthen its leadership in trucks and SUVs and support the company’s expansion into electric and autonomous vehicles.
In its 2020 Looking Further with Ford Trend Report, released today as the 8th annual report, Ford Motor Company identifies trust as a dominant global theme and explores how companies are earning it back.
The new collective bargaining agreement ratified tonight by United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW) represented employees in the United States increases Ford Motor Company’s (NYSE: F) manufacturing competitiveness and provides $6 billion in U.S. investments, creating and securing 8,500 hourly jobs in America.
To retain the historical integrity of the station, which first opened in 1913, the limestone blocks being used to replace the deteriorating stone on the façade will be sourced from the same Indiana quarry that provided the limestone during the original construction.
As we look to the initial launch of a commercial self-driving service in 2021, Ford is focused on what it will take for customers to embrace the technology, trust us enough to take a ride, and keep coming back.