Ford News and Reviews

Come to this section of Torque News to read general Ford news and reviews. The Ford F Series has been the bestselling vehicle in the United States for over three decades and here you will find the latest Ford news and reviews about of Ford models. The Ford brand is far more than just trucks. Models like the Fusion, Focus EV, Taurus, Fiesta, Mustang, Escape and Explorer make Ford a top competitor in pretty much every major automotive segment in both the American and global markets. Torque News reporters update the news on this page about Ford vehicles daily.

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2019 Ford F-150

Three Things I Hope The 2021 Ford F-150 Carries Over From The Previous Generation And Three Things I Don’t Want To See

2021 Ford F-150 to be revealed June 25. Ford is back making 2020 F-150s at the pace of a minute a truck. As one generation ends, a new one is about to begin for America’s best-selling vehicle.
Ford Police Vehicle Under Software Test

Ford Finds Way To Disinfect Police Utility Vehicles And Protect Officers From COVID-19

It took some work but Ford's engineers have found a way to disinfect Police Utility SUVs to protect officers from COVID-19. Ford worked with state and local police departments across the country to develop the protection software. Who would have thought it would have been as easy as it is?
2021 Ford F-150 pickup

Ford Should Do Like Toyota And Virtually Introduce Us To The 2021 F-150

Toyota did a virtual launch of hybrid versions of the Sienna and Venza, raising the bar as the first OEM to launch a product in 2020 under quarantine. Virtual launch of 2021 Ford F-150 would reinvigorate Blue Oval fans, excite dealers and give truck enthusiasts something to look forward.
Ford Fusion Autonomous test cars - Credit: Ford

FCC Strands Self-Driving Car Communications To Boost WiFi Spectrum

Just as Ford releases data on how two of its self-driving cars interact with each other over a year, the Federal Communications Commission wiped out most of the spectrum allocated to communications between cars, stranding millions of dollars of infrastructure rolled out by automakers and cities.

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