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.
It could not be born out of more turbulent times: Ford's new, two-liter EcoBlue diesel engine is being unveiled just as manufacturers around the world face embarrassing diesel emissions probes. But Ford says its new unit is clean and a clean-sheet design. The 2.0-liter EcoBlue replaces the 2.2-liter Duratorq engine, which dates back to 2005 and powered vehicles as diverse as the Transit van,
Ford is planning to display over 50 vehicles at SEMA this year, but its presence at the tuner show wouldn't be complete without custom takes on the Fiesta ST and Focus ST. Here's the Focus Rundown: We have an orange Focus ST done up by CJ Pony Parts, which has upgraded the engine, fitted an air suspension, and coated the whole thing in Ultra Orange Pearl. Rally Innovations (naturally) took a
GM and FCA should consider a smaller merger that could still save them billions of dollars, and maybe lure Ford into the deal.Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne would love to see his company merge with General Motors. But GM's board of directors essentially told him to go pound sand. So now what? The boardroom battle started when Mr. Marchionne published a study called Confessions of a Capital