Ford’s Michigan Central Station Winter Festival opened today to a large crowd that braved the weather to enjoy a 3D light show on the iconic building, a night market and a first-of-its-kind exhibition of train station artifacts curated by the Detroit Historical Society.
Ford Motor Company and Michigan State University have renewed and expanded their collaborative research alliance to enable further cooperation in a number of different fields – allowing the university to showcase its expertise and create new features for Ford customers.
Findings from a new Ford-commissioned study suggests in-vehicle breakups could be on the rise this holiday season1, many Millennials would trade their morning coffee for a drive free of holiday road rage behavior1, and that nearly twice as many women have been called a backseat driver in comparison to men (16% vs 28%)2.
Ford this weekend kicks off its new Built Ford Proud advertising campaign highlighting the innovation and manufacturing might of America’s favorite automotive brand ahead of an onslaught of all-new vehicles coming in 2019.
Ford Motor Company today announced the next step in its plan to make its global marketing more creative, agile and efficient, while delivering a more compelling brand story and differentiated customer experiences.
While families and friends across the country enjoy barbecues and beaches this weekend, Ford also wants to help ensure the essence of the Labor Day holiday shines through by celebrating the people who keep America rolling.
Ford Motor Company has acquired the iconic Michigan Central Station and plans to transform it into the centerpiece of a vibrant new campus in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood that will serve as an innovation hub for Ford’s vision for the future of transportation.