Some of the best things in this world came about when people trying to do one thing, created something else. Silly Putty and Post-It notes are two wonderful inventions that exist because their creators didn't accomplish their original goals. Now, thanks to an interview by Motoring, we know the drift mode in the Focus RS can join those ranks. The Australian publication talked with Tyrone
Planning a high-speed romp through the wilderness? Here's your ride. It's the same Ford F-150 Raptor we drooled over at the Detroit Auto Show last year, only now it has four proper doors. The SuperCrew version packs the same features as the existing shorter SuperCab. That means a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 good for more than the 6.2-liter V8 Raptor's 411 horsepower and 434 pound-feet of torque.
Ford has secrets. Like all big companies, it closely guards its future product plans, but this week CEO Mark Fields was feeling chatty. Want to know what's up with the F-150? Just ask him. "Yes, we're working on electrified F-Series, and it's really around a conventional hybrid," he said on NPR's All Things Considered. That's a big deal, to put it mildly. The F-150 is Ford's single most
The Geneva Motor Show was recently abuzz with plenty of new car debuts to keep enthusiasts chatting for the foreseeable future. One such car, the Porsche 911 R, has been heralded as the enthusiasts' car, the ultimate Porsche for those who enjoy driving off the track more than on. The "R" delivers a package that will become less and less frequent in the automotive world: an engine sans turbos and