Not all is well within the Ford family of vehicles, especially when it comes to supercars. Ask many Blue Oval fans about the fastest Fords of yore, and they'll list off icons like the GT, late-great GT500, and the rare Cobra R. But there's one often forgotten Ford on that list, and arguably one hotter than all the rest. Enter the Ford RS200. Built to conquer the unbelievably dangerous sport
Fire is rarely a good thing. When it comes to cars, controlled explosions are great. Fire spitting out of the exhaust pipe looks awesome. But when flames start to appear on the outside of the engine, things can quickly turn catastrophic. One owner of a 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 found this out the hard way when his car burst into flames at 120 miles per hour while attending a track day at Georgia's
Ford made waves yesterday when it drooped the performance and pricing details on the new Focus RS. Perhaps keen to keep the momentum going, the Blue Oval has launched the configurator for its new fire-breathing hot hatchback. As configurators go, this is a lot like the Ford's other build-your-own tools, only it's even more limited. The total list of options on the new Focus RS is quite light.
Ford is the latest automaker to get permission to test driverless vehicles on public roads in California, and the company's fully autonomous Fusion Hybrid will hit the streets there in 2016. The Blue Oval's recently opened Silicon Valley research center will be the hotbed for the development of this cutting-edge technology. The experimentation in California will be key to Ford's 10-year