The last we heard, the next-generation Ford Mustang will be receiving a new globally engineered platform that would finally include an independent rear suspension as opposed to the solid rear axle of the current car, and every Mustang before it. Now there’s word that the styling of the new Pony Car, an American icon and very picture of the muscle car scene, will feature global input. Reportedly, Ford’s worldwide army of design studios will be providing ideas for the next Mustang. "It is a common process we [now] use on every vehicle," Derrick Kuzak, Ford's group vice president for...
Video: Ford Vertrek Concept Live Unveiling At 2011 Detroit Auto Show
To all our American readers, you’re looking at a preview of the next-generation Ford Escape, and to all our European readers, this is likely to be your next Kuga. Whether either of these vehicles will carry over their current names is still up in the air but if they look just half as good as...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Ford And Lincoln To Be Further Differentiated Through Design And Technology
With Mercury now gone the way of the dodo Ford’s other upmarket brand, Lincoln, now has a lot more investment dollars to play with. This means that we’re about to see greater design and technological efforts injected into the brand, with greater differentiation between it and the more...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
2010 Paris Auto Show Preview: 2012 Ford Focus ST
Everybody knows about the rip-snorting 305 horsepower Ford Focus RS, but what about the lesser ST model? We’re not talking about the lame duck North American version here, but rather the 225 horsepower five-cylinder turbo Focus ST sold overseas. The hot-hatch is essentially Ford’s formula for...Viknesh Vijayenthiran