Today, Ford Motor Company announced it will join the First Movers Coalition, a global initiative to harness purchasing power and supply chains to create early markets for innovative clean energy technologies.
Ford President and CEO Jim Farley will participate in a fireside chat with technology analyst Toni Sacconaghi at the Alliance Bernstein 38th Annual Strategic Decisions Conference on Wednesday, June 1, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. ET.
Ford Motor Company is advising customers of certain 2021 Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator SUVs to park their vehicles outside and away from structures while Ford investigates the cause of under hood fires.
The all-new Ford F-150® Lightning™ boasts the Built Ford Tough™ brawn to tow up to an available 10,000 pounds* with its 775 lb.-ft. of electric torque**, but it’s the truck’s brains that will give customers the range information they need to tow long distances with the confidence they’re accustomed to.
F-150 Lightning, the only full-size electric pickup available now with a starting price less than $40,000, will begin to ship to customers in the coming days, starting with the Pro Series, as Ford establishes itself as a leader in the electric vehicle revolution.
As the world commemorates Earth Day this week, the need for ambitious climate action has become increasingly urgent. Ford is proud to be recognized as the automotive industry leader for environmental performance in the 2022 Rankings of America’s Most JUST Companies.
Salute To Dealers is a Ford Motor Company initiative that recognizes and honors Dealer Principals who have made an extraordinary commitment of their time and resources to help improve the lives of others by providing support for countless meaningful causes.
For the seventh year in a row, Ford Mustang® – which celebrates its 58th birthday this Sunday – is the world’s best-selling sports coupe, according to Ford analysis of registration data from S&P Global Mobility.
In a special nod to the debut of the original Ford GT40 prototype at the 1964 New York Auto Show, Ford is returning to the Big Apple for the first public appearance of its new GT Heritage Edition – the 2022 Ford GT Holman Moody Edition.
From behind the wheel, the extreme off-road capability of the Ultra4-inspired 2022 Bronco Raptor™ is complemented by a dynamic display in a fully customizable 12-inch digital cluster that illustrates the optimization enabled by each drive mode.
Ford Chief Financial Officer, John Lawler, will participate in a fireside chat and discuss accelerating the Ford+ plan at Bank of America’s 2022 Global Automotive Summit with auto analysts John Murphy and Doug Karson.
A fully-electric truck that is helping change the future of Ford Motor Company will be on track at Martinsville Speedway as the 2022 F-150 Lightning makes its debut as a pace vehicle for the NASCAR Cup Series on April 9.
When Rachel Sampson took delivery of her 2021 Ford Bronco® last November, she joined a growing number of Americans choosing a four-wheel-powered vehicle to expand their capabilities in outdoor experiences.
Today Ford releases its 2022 Integrated Sustainability and Financial Report focused on the company’s transition to lead the electric revolution, including plans to scale production to more than 2 million electric vehicles per year by 2026 and to make half of its annual sales volume electric by the end of the decade.
Today, Ford Motor Company was named to TIME’s second annual TIME100 Most Influential Companies list—an extension of the annual TIME100 list of the world’s most influential people—that highlights 100 companies making an extraordinary impact around the world.
Today Ford introduces the F-150 Rattler, a distinctive, rugged, entry-level addition to its 2023 F-150 lineup for adventure-seeking customers looking for a stylish truck with standard four-wheel drive for exceptional off-road capability.
Ford is further strengthening its leadership team – hiring two highly regarded executives and giving a significant global operating role to an accomplished longtime senior colleague – as it continues to execute the customer focused Ford+ plan for growth and value creation.
At Ford’s Advanced Manufacturing Center, Javier is tasked with operating the 3D printers completely on his own. He is always on time, very precise in his movements, and he works most of the day – taking only a short break to charge up.
Ford today announced significant strides toward an all-electric future in Europe, which will see the company transformed and offering a new generation of seven, all-electric, fully-connected passenger vehicles and vans by 2024.
The 2022 Ford Explorer® and Bronco® Sport SUVs have earned TOP SAFETY PICK+ awards from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the highest possible rating issued by the independent, non-profit group.
Ford Pro™ is aiming to create a smooth transition for commercial customers into an electric future by providing a one-stop shop for fleet operations and investing in key areas of the business. The latest is the launch of six new home and depot chargers to its end-to-end portfolio of charging solutions.
A University of Michigan and Ford Motor Company study evaluates the reductions in greenhouse gas emissions relative to gasoline-powered pickup trucks as part of the decarbonization of the transportation industry.
Hans Schep, General Manager, Ford Pro Europe will discuss key elements of the Ford Pro ecosystem in a fireside chat with autos analyst Philippe Houchois at the Jefferies Spring Automotive Conference at 12:10 p.m. ET on Tuesday, March 8.
This winter, Ford engineers spent two weeks in the heart of Alaska in minus 30-degree temperatures to continue fine-tuning the F-150® Lightning™ pickup’s performance on low-traction surfaces like snow and ice, and in extreme cold to give customers maximum confidence.
Ford is continuing to transform its global automotive business, accelerating the development and scaling of breakthrough electric, connected vehicles, while leveraging its iconic nameplates to strengthen operating performance and take full advantage of engineering and industrial capabilities.
Significant additional execution of the company’s Ford+ plan for growth and value creation will be the topic of a news conference tomorrow (Wednesday) at 8 a.m. EST featuring Ford President and CEO Jim Farley and other senior leaders.
Department of Energy (DOE) will recognize Ford Motor Company for joining their Better Climate Challenge, committing to reduce portfolio-wide greenhouse gas emissions from manufacturing facilities in the U.S. by 50% within the decade.
The award recognizes the Louisville Assembly Plant for its leadership and commitment to practices that reduce, eliminate or prevent pollution at its source, specifically for a new water recycling initiative developed by plant employees.