Ford finally revealed the power output for its all-new 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 that will be found in the 2017 F-150. The new engine will replace the 3.5-liter EcoBoost that debuted in 2009. While the V6 gets a slight horsepower bump, the big gain in torque means the F-150 beats any gasoline or diesel powered 1/2-ton pickup on the market. The new twin-turbocharged V6 will make 375 horsepower and
Ford and the United Auto Workers now have a tentative agreement for a new contract. The union's National Ford Council of local leaders will vote whether to accept the bargain in Detroit on November 9. If successful, the UAW will then release full details on the deal and will send the proposed offer to members for their endorsement. The UAW won't release any specifics about the tentative
Ford made waves yesterday when it drooped the performance and pricing details on the new Focus RS. Perhaps keen to keep the momentum going, the Blue Oval has launched the configurator for its new fire-breathing hot hatchback. As configurators go, this is a lot like the Ford's other build-your-own tools, only it's even more limited. The total list of options on the new Focus RS is quite light.
Oh, Australia, don't ever change. This is, of course, a futile hope on our part, because one of the most iconic things about the Australian auto industry is going to change: The big, dumb, rear-drive sedan is on its way out. Recognizing that this is the end of an era, the Aussies are making sure their car goes out with a bang. For the Ford Falcon, that means the limited-edition Sprint. Ford