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Scuderi Split-Cycle Engine achieves 65 MPG under simulation study

Scuderi Group today released findings from a computer simulation study conducted by Southwest Research Institute (SwRI), an internationally recognized, independent research laboratory, measuring the performance of the Scuderi Engine modeled against the European class of “high economy” vehicles.

Company provides electric car training as EV production creates more jobs

With more and more electrical cars on the road every day, the need for trained and skilled mechanics to work on these cars for production and maintenance is rapidly growing. More and more workers with renewable energy certifications and technical electronic certifications are needed in today’s workforce.
2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302

The 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 to get new colors, stripes and technology

The 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 could very well be the greatest Mustang of all time but thanks to some leaked documents and screenshots from a SpeedTV program about the new Boss, we have an idea of what Ford plans to do in order to make the 2013 Mustang Boss 302 even better – including some new colors options, vintage-styled stripes and Ford’s Sync system.

FordDirect offers texting for immediate information for Ford car shoppers

FordDirect has just announced that they are adding a new text messaging service to help customers quickly and efficiently get information sent directly to their cellular phones about buying Ford cars. This service has generated a “14% lead conversion rate by integrating mobile elements into all print, television advertising,” according to a PR Newswire Press Release.

Fuel efficient 2012 Ford Fiesta helps student thank teachers on Teacher's Day

A woman named Sivasankari from India drove the all-new 2012 Ford Fiesta approximately 400 miles on Teacher’s Day so that she could personally thank her teachers for making who she is today. She shares all the wonderful features of the Ford Fiesta as she takes and video-tapes her journey.

A Beaded VW Beetle to tour US, European museums of art in 2012

The indigenous Huichol tribe of Jalisco and Nayarit, Mexico is known for their exquisite and colorful designs and decorations in beadwork – now they have applied their stylish art to a VW Beetle completely covered with 200 lbs. of the tiny beads as part of a project for the Museum of Popular Art in Mexico City.

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