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 issuing three new safety campaigns that cover a total of 130,801 vehicles in North America, but the company has no reports of accidents, injuries, or fires from any of these issues. The largest of these campaigns covers 128,823 examples of the 2009-2010 Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX that are currently registered or originally sold in rust-prone areas of North America, including 110,636 in the
Few drivers cast as long a shadow on the American racing scene as Richard Petty. Now the King's own tuning division has teamed up with Ford for a series of modified Mustangs. They're based on the 2016 Ford Mustang GT, and will be made available in three stages. The modifications start under the hood, with the addition of a Ford performance supercharger to the 5.0-liter V8 that drives output up
Great news: The Ford Ranger and Toyota Hilux are coming to the United States. Not so great news: You'll need to enlist in the Army and pass a grueling special operations course to get behind the wheel. The US Special Operations Command has agreed to a deal with the Battelle Memorial Institute, worth up to $170 million over five years – with the option for two more years – to take off-the-shelf