Ford is on track to sell 2.2-million vehicles in the U.S. this year, marking its second straight year topping the 2-million mark and being the only brand in America to do so. Continue Reading...
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It’s been several months since Ken Block’s Gymkhana Five was unleashed onto the Internet, and now the team at DC Shoes has decided to give fans a behind-the-scenes look into the making of the stunk flick. Continue Reading...
2012 was a big year for Ken Block and his Gymkhana videos, and Ford decided to close the year off with another one – just not in the way you might imagine. Continue Reading...
Aiming to grow its position in the small car segment, Ford has revealed a refreshed version of its Fiesta sub-compact today at the LA Auto Show, boasting an efficient and surprisingly powerful 3-cylinder engine. Continue Reading...
Ken Block, a Ford endorsed racer tweeted photos of an upcoming “ST” car from the brand on Monday, which is almost certainly the all-new Ford Fiesta ST. Continue Reading...
The upcoming 2014 Ford Fiesta got a facelift to fit in with the rest of the Ford family, and now the small car is going to offer the MyFord Touch infotainment system. Continue Reading...
Ford is currently developing a new platform family for its models, and the next-generation Fiesta could be the first vehicle to benefit from it. Continue Reading...
It’s becoming harder to believe that the Ford Fiesta ST won’t be making its American debut at the 2012 LA Auto Show, especially now that its specifications have leaked. Continue Reading...
Ford Racing is revving things up by introducing a brand-new livery. The color scheme will be a prominent addition to all cars supported by the company and powered by its engines. Continue Reading...
Joining an already impressive lineup at the 2012 SEMA Show, Ford has unveiled another pair of vehicles that will be in Las Vegas this week. Continue Reading...
The updated version of Ford’s low-cost Fiesta sub-compact due Stateside as a 2014 model is on the floor at the Sao Paulo Motor Show in Brazil. Continue Reading...
Originally introduced in 2008, the sixth-generation Ford Fiesta has received a facelift for the 2013 model year (in Europe), hinting yet again that the entire Ford lineup is destined to get the Aston Martin grille treatment. Continue Reading...
The X Games RallyCross is going through its practice runs today, and Finnish driver Toomas “Topi” Heikkinen suffered a violent crash into a metal jump ramp. Continue Reading...
In an effort to unify its branding, Ford is now calling the existing top of the line Fiesta SEL/SES (one for the sedan, one for the hatch) the Platinum edition. Continue Reading...
The Ford Fiesta is getting a new face and some new power options for the 2013 model year, and our spy photographers have caught the small sedan out testing in Germany. Continue Reading...
Norwegian WRC racing driver Mads Østberg has enjoyed a bit of success in his World Rally Championship career but as it is with all athletes, practice makes perfect so a little snowy stunt driving is practically training. Record-breaking is just a bonus. Setting a new bar for himself, and the world, Østberg completed a world… Continue Reading...
The new B-Spec class was created to help give motorsports enthusiasts an affordable place to race their compact cars from automakers like Honda, Mazda, Kia, and Ford. The B-Spec class gives enthusiasts the chance to compete in SCCA and Grand-Am racing with less financial commitment. Ford is helping make it even easier to become competitive in… Continue Reading...
Ford recently unveiled their new 2012 Ford Fiesta WRC Rally Car in its full livery at the Autosport International Racing Car Show in Birmingham, England. This will be the Fiesta’s second year competing in the WRC and the race team is looking forward to building off of its success last year when it won the… Continue Reading...
Valentino Rossi is clearly a warrior on all things two-wheeled. Rossi won his first 125cc championship in 1997, a 250cc World Championship in 1999, a 500cc World Championship in 2001, back-to-back World GP Championships in 2002 and 2003 with Honda, and another back-to-back in 2004 and 2005 with Yamaha. It would take until 2008 for… Continue Reading...
Just in time for the holiday season, Hot Wheels announced a lineup of Ken Block toys now available at retailers nationwide such as Toys “R” Us, Wal-Mart, Target, Kmart and Pep Boys. Three individual products make up the Ken Block Hot Wheels line, a 1:64-scale die-cast 2011 Ken Block Ford Fiesta Hot Wheels car, a… Continue Reading...
For long one of the most beloved hot hatches in Europe, the Ford Fiesta ST Concept will be unveiled at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show. Recently at the Frankfurt Motor Show, Ford revealed a three-door ST concept, a sign that perhaps the hot-hatch sub-compact would not be offered in North America. This new five-door… Continue Reading...
It’s difficult to remember when Ford last had as strong a line-up as it does today, but don’t believe for a second that the Blue Oval team are foolish enough to take a moment to relax. Rather, Ford is set to reveal the most efficient non-hybrid family vehicles, the Focus ECOnetic Technology and the Fiesta… Continue Reading...
Ken Block’s Gymkhana 4 has been filmed and is ready for release in a few days, on August 16. To hype up the release of the video, a teaser trailer has been released, getting us ready for some serious hoon action. In the video, we get a thirty second taste of the turbocharged rally monster…. Continue Reading...
Whether you know Ken Block from his infamous Gymkhana videos, or his other antics, there’s no denying his penchant for causing a stir among automotive enthusiast. And this time he got a lot of people’s attention simply by posting a photo on his Facebook profile and adding this as its caption: “Testing one of my… Continue Reading...