The new 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor is going to be one of those "the more things change" situations. It features a 3.5-liter V6 EcoBoost engine good for (probably) 450 hp instead of a V8, and a 10-speed automatic instead of a 6-speed, but it's still a brutish thing. Ford's eager to hitch it to a feat of daring and endurance, and so the new Raptor is going racing. Of course it is. Awesome, sure.
Who amongst us doesn't like a good power upgrade? But when you're talking about a thousand-horsepower supercar, of course, an extra 10, 20 horses aren't gonna do it. Fortunately, Hennessey has got that covered at SEMA this year, where it will unveil the latest version of the Venom GT with a staggering 1,451 horsepower. That, in case you're trying to put it in context, represents a 207-hp boost
Buy a Ford Performance vehicle, and from here on out you can expect it to be shod with Michelin rubber. The American automaker and the French tire company have announced a new partnership that will see the latter supply the shoes for all the former's performance vehicles and Ford's sports car racing program. "We have a long relationship with Michelin, and could not ask for a better teammate to
Ford has announced sweeping changes to take place in its European operations. The division returned to profit last year, but is determined to further streamline operations and right-size itself moving forward. That includes reducing its workforce, and rethinking what models it will offer. Ford is "refocusing product strategy to add new vehicles and derivatives in segments with the highest