Every so often, celebrity cars come up for auction. Few vehicles, though, belong to an actor known for one of the most menacing, cruel, and ruthless individuals to ever appear on television. Charles Dance, best known for his role as Game of Thrones' Lord Tywin Lannister, is selling this 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible. Dance bought the droptop Mustang in 2002, and according to Classic Car
Ford is getting even more serious on autonomous vehicles, announcing at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show that it's going to triple the size of its test fleet, making it the largest in the industry. By increasing its fleet of Ford Fusion hybrid testers from 10 to 30 vehicles, it should lead to a significant jump in data for the company's Smart Mobility program. The vehicles will continue to
The updated 2015 Ford Edge received praise in Autoblog's First Drive and Quick Spin, but now the model has also earned strong enough scores to garner Top Safety Pick status from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The crossover achieved the agency's Good score in the moderate-overlap front, side, roof strength, and head restraints categories. However, in the difficult small-overlap front
A special car requires special service, or so Ford dealers are finding out. Not every dealer will have the privilege of handling the upcoming $400,000 Ford GT. Those interested in servicing Ford's supercar will need to spend at least $30,000 in service center upgrades. That's according to a dealer document obtained by All Ford Mustangs. The document lists a number of changes dealers must make.