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.
For the 2016 model year, the Ford Escape receives the Blue Oval's latest Sync 3 infotainment system and some minor tweaks to the color and trim options. Based on these new spy shots, it would appear that the crossover is due for some much bigger changes not too far into the future, as well. The thorough refresh isn't just an exterior styling update, either. Ford's designers are giving the
Among the many big, expensive machines critical to developing cars is the wind tunnel. They allow automakers to massage out the smoothest, most aerodynamic shapes, promising drivers better fuel economy and a quieter ride. But there aren't a lot of wind tunnels floating around, nor are they particularly easy for engineers to score time in. That's why Ford will start bringing a wind tunnel to its
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