Ford has committed to new greenhouse gas emission targets to help it achieve carbon neutrality by 2050
Ford has announced that it will stop producing the iconic Mondeo at the end of March next year.
More cars were stolen and recovered in London than in any other region across 2020, latest data analysis from Tracker, has revealed.
Ford has committed to sell only electric cars in Europe by 2030, with all Ford cars sold in the continent by 2026 expected to be zero-emissions capable.
Ford and Google have entered a strategic partnership to develop new connected vehicle services and infotainment systems.
New enterprise adopts ‘start-up mentality’ to offer ‘something different’, says UK MD John Wright
JLR and Isuzu make first forays into rankings but, those apart, top 10s see limited shuffling of positions, reports Tom Sharpe
Ford is on the brink of launching its first mainstream production EV, the Mach-E, which will be followed soon by its first electric Transit van.
Sprinter tops the van reliability table and the Vito also sits in the top 10 to cement Mercedes’ position, reports Matt de Prez
Production process problems have been blamed for recalls by Ford and BMW affecting more than 46,000 cars, including almost 5,000 in the UK.
Ford will begin recalling Kuga PHEV models to replace their battery packs, following an announcement in August that a potential fault could lead to fires.
Lisa Brankin has been appointed the new managing director of Ford of Britain, replacing Andy Barratt who has elected to retire.
Ford’s Puma SUV is to be offered by AA Driving School to its instructors as the two companies maintain their 22-year relationship.
Andy Barratt, managing director of Ford of Britain, has taken a leave of absence from the manufacturer.
Ford has given its new Puma compact SUV a makeover courtesy of its ST performance division.
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