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PostHeaderIcon Lincoln Will Rebadge Ford’s Mustang-Based EV and Still Make it Undeniably a Lincoln

I know this title could give some ‘Stang lovers diarrhea, but you’ve read that right. First of all, there will be a rebadged Mustang-inspired EV Crossover by Ford, and then Lincoln will use the same platform to create its own car.

That’s the order of things nowadays, and we should actually be happy. Team Edison, a team Jim Hackett formed when he was appointed as Head of Ford, looks for a number of ways to create a sustainable EV business case and cool cars/crossovers at that. Actually, Ford plans to invest 10 billion of its money in EV research and development by 2022. That’s a lot of money spent fast. Something magical could come out of all of that.

PostHeaderIcon 2019 Ford Mondeo Hybrid Wagon – The Stately Estate

It is the European market that is keeping the station wagon, or estate, body style alive. Everywhere else people have replaced the estate car with SUVs and crossovers. That, in our book, makes the estate car cool because it makes it unique. And it would be doubly cool if you go for a estate car that is understated, an uncommon sight, and undisputed beautiful – something like the new 2019 Ford Mondeo Hybrid Wagon.

Even if wagons are largely a Euro-style car nowadays, that doesn’t mean customers aren’t spoiled with choices in this segment. Trouble is, most of the available options in this market come from Germany, and they are all kind of, well, obvious. You got your T-Model Mercs, Touring BMWs, and Avant Audis. They are all great cars, but they are not unique in the way the new Mondeo Wagon is. The Ford is not as run-of-the-mil as something like a Volvo Wagon, but not as in-your-face as those krauts, either. It occupies a sweet spot somewhere in between. It looks pretty ordinary on the face of it, and yet when you see it out in the wild it draws your attention and keeps it for a time.

The quality – being powerfully understated – has been a characteristic feature of all Mondeos since the first generation. It’s just been boosted in this generation, and especially so with the 2019 Ford Mondeo Hybrid Wagon. But the goodness of this car is more than just skin deep. For one thing, the Mondeo is a lot more affordable than its German rivals, while lacking none of their joe de vivre. Then there is the practicality stuff, at which it excels (430 liters expandable to 1,508 liters) and in some areas even surpasses those cocky Deutche boys. What is more, the sleek and laid-back-cool design of this car is backed by sophisticated technologies.

On the engine front, the 2019 Ford Mondeo Hybrid Wagon features a hybrid petrol-electric self-charging powertrain. this system offers a fantastic compromise between efficiency and performance. You get 187 PS of power, the ability to drive in pure electric mode, and CO2 emissions of 103g/km. The car comes with a Ford-developed power-split automatic transmission that emulates the performance of a continuously-variable transmission. It also has exhaust gas heat recovery system that enables faster cabin warming, electric power-assisted steering and electrically-powered air-conditioning, powertrain cooling and vacuum systems. There is also the SmartGauge interface for monitoring fuel and energy consumption.





So you see why we think the new Modeno Wagon, with the hybrid engine, is the coolest estate car one can buy in 2019. It is modern, practical, affordable, and exquisite without trying hard like your BMWs and Mercs and Audis. Then there is the performance credentials, and the famous Ford handling, paired with the excellent fuel economy and up-to-the-minute technology features. This is the wagon for the family man who hasn’t relinquished his taste and class to the crushing weight of domestic life. At least not yet!

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PostHeaderIcon The 2019 Ford Mondeo Has Arrived In Belgium and it Brought Along a New First For the Blue Oval

Ford has unveiled the refreshed Mondeo at the 2019 Brussels Motor Show in Belgium. The Mondeo was looking stale for quite some time now and needed a refresh desperately. However, it did not come alone. It brought along the company’s first-ever hybrid wagon and, from our initial impressions, we would call this hybrid-wagon a masterstroke!

PostHeaderIcon Are Hybrid NASCAR Cars Heresy or Just Natural Evolution?

The idea that NASCAR will one day turn to hybridization isn’t new, but this switch might happen sooner rather than later if the words of Ford Performance Global Director Mark Rushbrook are to be believed. It’s not earlier than this summer that Brad Keselowski, the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion, was playing the advocate’s role for “F1-like” hybrid technology by using a KERS system to harvest energy as well as electric motors to back the gas-powered V8s. Many fans might be against electricity finding its way even in NASCAR, but there are reasons to look forward to such a change, no matter how radical it sounds.

PostHeaderIcon Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

Dating back to the late 1960s, the Shelby GT500 returned in 2019 after a five-year hiatus. The first iteration of the sixth-gen Mustang to sport a supercharged V-8 engine, this GT500 is also the most powerful street-legal Ford, even when compared to the Ford GT supercar. The GT500 also borrows some tech from the GT, as well as from the race-spec Mustang GT4. The first GT500 in five years is aimed at the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. And, although final specs aren’t yet available, it seems that it will have enough power to compete with both. Arguably the biggest news is that the supercharged V-8 delivers in excess of 700 horsepower, but enthusiasts also have to cope with the fact that Ford doesn’t offer a manual gearbox. Let’s find out more about that in the review below.

PostHeaderIcon Quick Comparison: 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 vs. 2016 Ford Mustang GT4

We’ve already seen the new Shelby GT500 for a while now, ever since those images from a Ford dealer meeting got leaked, but it’s always nice when everything is official including those ludicrous figures: over 700 horsepower from a 5.2-liter supercharged V-8 and a 0 to 62 mph time of just 3.5 seconds. Is it enough to topple the race-going Mustang GT4 based on the lesser GT350?

Ford stepped back in the GT4 arena late in 2016 with the Multimatic-built Mustang GT4 that was ready for the 2017 season. It sports everything you’d expect to see on a race car of its kind: a bigger splitter, canards around the corners of the nose, a bigger wing, lighter body parts, a race-tuned engine, and a stripped-out interior. The result is a championship-winning car, but it may get a run for its money from the freshly-unveiled GT500, the fastest road-going Mustang ever.

PostHeaderIcon A One-of-One 1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake Sold for $2.2 Million at a Mecum Auction

Let the brand-new 2019 Mustang Shelby GT500 take the back seat for a moment because this one-of-one 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 Super Snake is far cooler. Why? Well, it just became the most expensive Mustang sold at auction ever, breaking its own record, and its spec sheet is ludicrous for a car built 52 years ago.

If you’re looking for the road-going Mustang to end all Mustangs, this might just be it, and it was built back in 1967. It is the one, and only Shelby GT500 Super Snake built back then, a name that might ring a bell to you since the moniker has been used by all the extreme Shelby GT500 versions since 2007. But this one is the first, the daddy, the one that was too expensive to be put into production.

PostHeaderIcon Why should Ford stop with the Explorer ST? It could make an RS

Ford started ST-ing its high rider range with the Edge ST it revealed last year and this year at the Detroit auto show it showed an ST version of its new Explorer. The manufacturer’s intention couldn’t be clearer – it intends to inject some youthfulness and fun into vehicles not usually known for their sporty credentials.

PostHeaderIcon Ford Hasn’t Ruled out a Manual Transmission for the 2020 Shelby GT500 Quite Yet

If you’re disappointed that the new Shelby GT500 comes with a dual-clutch automatic only, then we have good news for you. Sort of, anyway. According to Ford, the muscle car could get a manual gearbox in the future.

PostHeaderIcon Ford Announced 5 New Models in Detroit, Including the Bronco

Ford just unveiled the new Explorer at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, but during the press conference it also announced five new models that it will launch over the next 24 months. Three of them are new generations of existing models, while the other two are brand-new nameplates, including a revival of the Bronco.

PostHeaderIcon 9 Little Known Facts About the 2020 Ford Explorer

The debut of the new 2020 Ford Explorer is definitely one of the most expected vehicle debuts of this year. It happened. President and CEO of Ford, Jim Hackett and Executive Vice President Jim Farley, presented the new car in Detroit in casual attire. Visually similar to its predecessor, the sixth generation Ford Explorer goes back to its roots with a rear wheel drive platform, longitudinal engine layout, and far more athletic appearance than ever before.

I compiled a list of little-known facts about the new 2020 Ford Explorer that just shows how dedicated Ford engineers and designers have been with the creation of the most advanced Ford Explorer of all time.

PostHeaderIcon 2020 Ford Explorer vs 2019 GMC Acadia: How They Compare

The new, redesigned, Ford Explorer is here, and Ford touts it as an “adventure enabler.” It’s got more room on the inside, more gizmos, and it can tow a heavier payload than before. But, as the mid-size crossover SUV segment gets busier and busier, the Explorer must execute to perfection in all areas to remain at the top of the pile. One of its competitors will be GMC’s Acadia.

Ford launched the new, sixth-generation, Explorer at an event at Ford Field in Detroit on Wednesday. The automaker says its focus has been on the customer 100%, trying to see what are the areas that the customers are most displeased with and then eliminating these “pain points.” The result, Ford says, is a “reinvented” Explorer. Let’s see how well it stacks up against the soon-to-be 3-year-old GMC Acadia.

PostHeaderIcon Ford Explorer

The Ford Explorer is one of the most recognizable nameplates in the SUV segment, and arguably one of the first models to establish the segment outright. These days, the Explorer is getting close to 30 years old, but it’s still one of the best-selling SUVs out there. Now Ford is offering a fresh sixth-generation for the 2020 model year, introducing a more diverse model lineup, additional muscle under the hood, a more capacious interior, and the very latest technology bits as well.

PostHeaderIcon Ford Fiesta R2 Rally Car

Poland-based rally racing outfit M-Sport has launched the Ford Fiesta R2 rally car; it’s ride-of-choice for the 2019 WRC Junior Rally Championship. The new racer is the first car to be designed and built from M-Sport’s new facility in Krakow, Poland. It’s also the first racer to be built to the latest R2 specifications. Further adding to its list of “firsts” is the distinction of being the first Ford-backed rally car built out of the new-generation Fiesta. All competitors in the 2019 WRC Junior Rally Championship will compete in this car. The winner of the series will be promoted to the WRC2 series where they will compete in a Ford Fiesta R2 in the 2020 season.

PostHeaderIcon If You Buy a 2019 Ford Ranger, Your Oil Change Could Be More Expensive

If you’re part of the minority who prefers do-it-yourself solutions for your vehicles, you’ll need to know this one important aspect when it comes to changing the oil on the 2019 Ford Ranger. You’re going to have to remove the left front wheel to do it. It’s not the hardest job in the world — you only need a jack and some muscles to do it — but it is inconvenient, especially when you only need to pop up the hood of your vehicle to gain access to the oil filter. But, apparently, Ford made some changes to the U.S.-spec Ford Ranger, which necessitated this move. You’re not going to find it impossible to change the oil on the new Ranger, but you are going to have to work more than you probably expected to get the job done.

PostHeaderIcon Watch Kyle LeDuc Go Chrismas Tree Shopping In His 900 Horsepower Truck

Christmas has passed, and you’re probably about tired of looking at your Christmas tree. But, let’s look back a few days at 4-time Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Pro 4 champion Kyle LeDuc and the dilemma that left him behind schedule in this ad by Toyo Tires.

As you’d expect from an off-road racer, LeDuc doesn’t just head to the tree shop with a dull station wagon or an SUV, instead opting for his No. 99 Monster Energy-sponsored and Toyo-shod truck. What happens next is everything you’d hope for when it comes to a video like this.

PostHeaderIcon Ford Tries to Be a Big Player, Schedules Standalone Event for Debuting the 2020 Ford Explorer

The sixth generation of the Ford Explorer will be unveiled at a media-only event that will be held at Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions NFL team, the week before the Detroit Auto Show opens its doors. Ford will also exhibit the new Explorer at the NAIAS, potentially next to the new Escape.

Ford’s confirming in a way that the decision to move the Detroit Auto Show to a June date makes sense. The American automaker recently sent invitations to the media for the launch event of the highly-awaited Explorer SUV that will take place on January 9. Thereafter, expect to see the Explorer in showrooms in the first half of 2019.

PostHeaderIcon Ford Ka Urban Warrior

The Ford Ka Urban Warrior is a small compact sedan dressed up as a light off-roader. It is like the Škoda Fabia Scout, only with *ss, or the Volvo S60 Cross Country, only cheaper and smaller. It is like the Dacia Logan Stepway, only for Brazil, not Russia. Obviously, this is quite a special car, but still in its concept guise and was revealed at the San Paulo International Motor Show. I told you before, one can see many gems there. The Ka Urban Warrior Concept is one of them.

PostHeaderIcon Ford Ranger Storm Concept and Ford Ranger Black Edition

Some gems appeared at the Sao Paulo International Motor Show – the Ford Ranger Storm Concept definitely being one of them. The other one? The Toyota Hilux Gazoo Racing truck. Interestingly enough, neither will be coming to the U.S. Well, the Ranger Storm Concept, if approved for production, will be one of the closest things to a Ranger Raptor without actually being the Raptor. Considering that Ford confirmed that the Ranger Raptor wouldn’t be coming in the U.S., something like the Ranger Storm Concept or the other one that appeared at the Sao Paulo International Motor Show – the Ranger Black Edition could be a wonderful addition to the U.S. range.

Without further ado, let’s see what the Ranger Storm Concept and the Ranger Black Edition are all about.

PostHeaderIcon Santa’s Exotic and Luxurious Sleighs

Nobody really knows how often Santa upgrades his sleigh, but what if he wanted to shop for a new model altogether? Well, over the past five or six years, publications like Car Magazine have challenged automakers to design a new sleigh for Santa. Automakers like Bentley, Land Rover, and even Vauxhall have designed new sleighs for Santa in the past, so needless to say, Santa has had a lot to choose from.

I don’t recall seeing any designs last year, and have only seen one this year. But, when you consider the long list of available sleighs at his disposal, there are still at least a few on standby, just waiting to be plucked from some secret, magical garage that is undoubtedly located somewhere at the North Pole.

Since we haven’t seen too many fresh designs for the 2015, I decided to revisit a few of the sleighs created in the years past. Most of the sleighs are exotic, or out of this world – and one even looks like a fighter jet – but why wouldn’t Santa take advantage of all the latest technology? You may have seen one or two of the designs in the past, but it’s always fun to revisit things like this during the holidays. Which of the following sleighs do you think Santa is going to use this year?

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