Any true gearhead knows that when it comes to a rousing game of Monopoly, the race car is the most prestigious token. You want the race car, because everything else (aside from possibly the dog) is pretty lame. Who the hell wants to be a thimble? For the new version of Monopoly Empire – it's basically the normal game, but rather than streets, you can buy up brands – there is no race car.
Ford is apparently launching the Sync 3 connected car system this summer not only in the US, but also in Europe. The voice-activated 8-inch infotainment center can easily find establishments for you -- all you need to do is press a button and say "I need a coffee" or "I need gas petrol." And since the automaker baked both Android Auto and Apple Car Play support into the system, you can pair it
If you're in the market for a new Ford, it might be worth waiting a few days. The company will reportedly launch a massive sale called the "Friends and Neighbors Pricing Event" running from November 3 through January 4, according to a leaked document obtained by The Detroit Free Press. The campaign will offer no-haggle, X-plan pricing to the general public, plus additional incentives for certain
Dreaming of picking up a classic Ford Mustang Shelby GT350, but can't afford the lofty price? Early models are selling for well over $200,000 these days, but this one is expected to go for far less. This Shelby-tuned Mustang fastback was originally used for demonstration and competition, logging 55,000 miles over the course of a decade before being put into storage in 1976. There it has sat