Ford Australia has kicked off customer deliveries of the iconic Ford F-150. To mark the milestone, the company recently invited select owners to tour the RMA Automotive facility in Mickleham, north of Melbourne, where the trucks are re-manufactured into right-hand drive.
Ford Australia has today announced pricing and specification details of the all-new seventh-generation Ford Mustang – the thrilling new iteration of Australia's favourite sports car – for local customers.
The new Mustang is available in three models – EcoBoost, GT and the all-new Mustang Dark Horse. The EcoBoost is powered by a 2.3-litre EcoBoost turbocharged four-cylinder engine, while the GT and Mustang Dark Horse feature a 5.0-litre V8 under the bonnet in two different outputs.
Ford Australia, along with engineering specialists RMA Automotive, has begun re-manufacturing right-hand drive F-150s for Australian customers at a production facility in Mickleham, north of Melbourne.
Ford will offer customers a plug-in hybrid version of Australia’s favourite 4x4 pick-up from early 2025. Ranger Plug-in Hybrid will combine electric driving capability with the adventure-ready versatility and work-ready dependability customers have come to expect from Ranger.
Ford Dealer Network is thrilled to announce further updates to its major partnership with Basketball Australia, revealing its sponsorship of the Boomers and naming rights of Aussie Hoops. Ford Aussie Hoops is a national program that introduces children to basketball in a structured and accredited environment at the grassroots through to elite levels. The Ford Dealer Network's sponsorship of the Seven Consulting Australian Opals was announced earlier this year, in June.
Ford Australia is proud to confirm that the newest addition to its award-winning Everest SUV family is the new Wildtrak special edition. Revealed earlier this year, the Everest Wildtrak is designed with those wanting to conquer everyday front of mind – building on the variants’ 14-year history with the Ranger ute.
MELBOURNE, Australia, 17 May, 2023 – “Having your child driving alone on the road at night is a terrifying prospect”, said Ingrid Bass. “And as a parent to two young drivers, you want to give them independence but you also want the reassurance that they have the skills needed to drive safely, especially in the dark.”
With recent data from the Victorian Government and Transport Accident Commissionii showing young drivers are seven times more likely than fully-licensed drivers to be killed or injured when driving in the dark, nighttime is perhaps one of the most dangerous times for Australia’s teenagers and young adults to be on the road. In line with National Road Safety Week (14-21 May, 2023), Ford Australia has announced that night ...
Ford Australia today confirmed pricing and the opening of online reservations for the highly anticipated, all-electric Mustang Mach-E. Embodying the spirit of Mustang for an electric future, Mustang Mach-E will arrive in Australian showrooms late this year.
Over the last 10 years combined, Ford Mustang® – which is celebrating its 59th birthday – is the world’s best-selling sports car, according to Ford analysis of registration data from S&P Global Mobility*.
Almost 100 years since the founding of Ford Motor Company of Australia Ltd in 1925, Ford’s online Heritage Vault has added more than 180 photos and brochures of some of the brand’s most interesting and iconic models sold here between 1960 and 2002 – with more to follow soon.
Ford Australia today confirmed pricing and specifications for the highly anticipated F-150. Backed by the convenience of a nationwide dealer network and the peace of mind of a factory-backed five-year, unlimited kilometre warranty1, the American icon will be arriving in Australian showrooms later this year.
After more than two decades, Ford is returning to Formula 1. The iconic American automaker and Red Bull Powertrains are entering into a long term strategic technical partnership for the development of the next-gen hybrid power unit to be used from the 2026 Formula 1 season onwards.
A next-generation Ranger Raptor race-prepared for the mid-sized stock class completed the 2022 SCORE-International Baja 1000 in 26 hours, 21 minutes and 39 seconds finishing first amongst stock class vehicles.
A next-generation Ranger Raptor, race-prepped but remaining stock and street legal, finished the SCORE-International Baja 1000, one of the world’s toughest and most prestigious off-road races, in first place amongst the stock classes, then drove back to base in Riverside, California.
Next-Generation Ford Ranger is the most versatile ever and it’s about to make carrying longer items much easier. Whether it’s a ladder, timber, a door, canoe, surfboards or bicycles, Ford’s unique Sliding Load Rack and Folding Roof Rack allow owners to load items spanning the length of the roof and load box. Together they’re known as the Flexible Rack System (FRS) 1.
When the Next-Generation Ford Ranger Raptor takes to the start line of the legendary SCORE International Baja 1000 this week (Nov. 18) it will mark the return of one of the race’s most winning nameplates.
Ford announced today that a Next-Generation Ranger Raptor will be its latest off-roading vehicle to tackle the SCORE International Baja 1000 – one of the toughest off-road races in the world. The Ranger Raptor will be racing on a low-carbon biofuel, demonstrating the potential of these fuels in the most demanding environments.
BATHURST, Australia, Oct. 6, 2022 – Ford has today revealed the first race-prepared seventh-generation Mustang, with the 2023 Mustang GT ‘Gen3’ Supercar uncovered at Mount Panorama ahead of the famous Bathurst 1000.
Ford has today announced that Australian motorsport legend Dick Johnson will be the first person in the world to drive the new Seventh-Generation Ford Mustang GT Supercar at Mount Panorama on Thursday afternoon.
At Ford’s Proving Ground in Australia, Ray, Rosie and Roberto are integral members of Ford’s safety team, helping to develop the very latest in crash protection features and advanced driver assist systems that enable owners to drive with more confidence on the road.
Ford Australia today announced the Focus ST, Focus ST X and Fiesta ST will depart the local line-up by the end of the year, as the company focuses on areas of growing customer demand such as SUVs, commercial vehicles and electrification.
Ford Australia confirms 2022 Everest pricing for all variants in model line-up
2022 Everest line-up starts at $52,990 (MLP) with the entry level Ambiente, through to the top of the range Platinum priced at $77,690^ (MLP)
2022 Everest offers a range of options to personalise vehicles
· Ford Australia names E-Transit Custom as its third electrified vehicle as part of its plan to introduce at least five electrified vehicles by the end of 2024
· The all-electric E-Transit Custom will enter production in the second half of 2023 – part of the most extensive Transit range ever offered to local customers
· No-compromise, all-electric commercial vehicle to offer compelling range, full towing capability and DC fast charging
New suite of driver assist technologies complements enhanced features to help reduce stress behind the wheel and help keep drivers focused on the road ahead
New safety and driver-assist technologies have been introduced to Everest, including a blind-spot monitoring system that can help when towing
Nine airbags are available to protect occupants in the event of an accident
Ford Australia is pleased to announce details and pricing of a refreshed Ford Performance lineup for 2022, including the most stylish and technically advanced ST twins (Focus ST and Fiesta ST) and the 2022 edition of the iconic Mustang sports car. The updated Fiesta ST is due to arrive in showrooms in Q1, 2022, while Focus ST and Mustang are due to follow in Q2, 2022.
Engineered for any adventure and designed for comfort, the Next-Generation Everest builds on its award-winning capability to provide the performance and versatility customers told us they needed to take on life and #SeekYourExperience.