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Ford MyKey gives parents control over their car

Ford MyKey gives parents control over their car

By 7 October 2008

Aside from insisting on sitting with them every time they opt to take the car out, handing over your car keys to your child is a sentence for months, if not years, of worrying. But Ford has come up with new technology that might save at least a few grey... >>

Three new Ford ranges get DAB radio

Three new Ford ranges get DAB radio

By 6 August 2008

Ford has launched DAB digital radios into three of its ranges, with plans to extend the feature to more of its vehicles later this year. The Ford Focus, Ford C-Max and Ford Kuga will be the first models to get DAB, which will be available as an optional... >>

Ford brings new crossover SUV to Europe

Ford brings new crossover SUV to Europe

By 5 September 2007

This is the Kuga, Ford's new crossover SUV, which will be offered with a "soft" four-wheel drive and cost from around £20,000. It's set to rival the Toyota RAV 4, the forthcoming VW Tiguan and the Nissan Qashqai when it goes on sale next year in 134bhp... >>

Ford's new supermini?

Ford's new supermini?

By 23 August 2007

Take a look at what could be the next Ford supermini. Squint a bit and ignore the over-the-top grille, and this concept looks more likely than most to get the green light in the next few years, with its aesthetics fitting well with the Mondeo and the... >>

Ford incorporates built-in Parrot Bluetooth audio

Ford incorporates built-in Parrot Bluetooth audio

By 28 February 2007

If the new laws regarding mobile phone usage in cars is particularly concerning you, maybe you should think about buying your next car in Spain. Parrot and Ford have teamed up to install Bluetooth hands-free calling in the Fiesta, Fusion, Focus, and Focus... >>

Ford Airsteam foresees the car being green and shiny

Ford Airsteam foresees the car being green and shiny

By 15 February 2007

Airstream, the company behind those mammoth RVs in America has teamed up with Ford to create a concept crossover car, which as you would expect is very shiny. The new car, called the Ford Airstream, supposedly "celebrates the American Journey and captures... >>

Ford creates stretched Transit XXL

Ford creates stretched Transit XXL

By 17 January 2007

On the scale of uselessness, a limousine van would rate pretty high. None the less, Ford’s Commercial Vehicle development team has created an unusual one-off – the Transit XXL. Using "off-the-shelf" Ford Transit components throughout, the XXL is based... >>

Ford and Microsoft to announce Wi-Fi in-car partnership

Ford and Microsoft to announce Wi-Fi in-car partnership

By 2 January 2007

Microsoft and Ford are set to announce a partnership to expand wireless connectivity in Ford's lineup of cars, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. Called Sync, the Wi-Fi connectivity will give Ford vehicles owners the possibility to make... >>

Pay-as-you-drive "could save economy from £22bn loss"

Pay-as-you-drive "could save economy from £22bn loss"

By 1 December 2006

A landmark report into the future of British roads has called for radical adoption of congestion-charging schemes and a thorough upgrading of the transport infrastructure. Sir Rod Eddington’s landmark study claims congestion will soon cost the UK economy... >>

Ford announces new souped up Shelby GT

Ford announces new souped up Shelby GT

By 9 August 2006

Few cars are as evocative of the American dream than the classic Mustang, and Ford hopes to recapture some of its States-side kudos with its new jacked-up Shelby GT. The latest addition to the Mustang family, a result of a partnership with racing hero... >>