Sometimes, being the king comes with some extra scrutiny. At the urging of Automotive News, the Ford F-150 is the first truck to have multiple cab configurations crash tested by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. According to Automotive News, IIHS was preparing to release the crash-test report on the 2015 F-150 after the safety watchdog evaluated the popular, four-door SuperCrew body.
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
Damn it, now Ford is doing it. It used to be the Germans were the only folks that would sell you a four-seat version of a two-seat version of a four-seat car. But now the Blue Oval has gotten on board, albeit in a far more limited form with the new GT350R. The two-seat, high-performance Mustang can now be had with a new Ford Performance accessory that will transform the car back into a proper
Rumor has it Ford may start selling the Fiesta-based crossover called EcoSport in the USA. The subcompact crossover is not new to the Ford lineup, it's been for sale since the model year 2004 in many global markets. It was recently introduced in Europe. Now it seems the USA would be next in line to get it. The main reason Ford has to bring it: the segment is still booming. That's the