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Ford is killing the fusion and giving the name to a sport wagon
Posted on 12th July 2018
Ford Motor Co. is killing its slow-selling Fusion sedan while keeping the name to affix to a sport wagon it is developing to take on Subaru’s popular Outback, according to people familiar with the automaker’s plans.

The Fusion name probably will live on when the sedan exits early next decade, according to a spokesman.

Ford India recalls 5,397 units of EcoSport for faulty lower control arm
Posted on 7th July 2018
Ford India on Friday said that it is recalling 5,397 units of its popular SUV Ford EcoSport for faulty front lower control arm.

In a statement, Ford India said that it is voluntarily inspecting 4,379 EcoSport vehicles, made at the company’s Chennai plant between May 2017 and June 2017, for weld integrity of the front lower control arm.

Tesla, Ford Motor brace for Chinese tariffs as trade tensions rise
Posted on 2nd July 2018
China fulfilled a pledge to slash tariffs on imported cars Sunday, but the respite for auto makers who export to China from the US will be brief as Beijing prepares to slap an additional 25% tariff on US auto imports this Friday.

Ford Motor Co. and Tesla Inc, as well as Germany’s BMW AG and Mercedes-Benz maker Daimler AG —which build premium sport-utility vehicles in the US and ship them to China—stand to suffer the most.

Baidu and Ford China team up to bring AI and connectivity to the driving experience
Posted on 27th June 2018
China’s Baidu continues to make inroads in the automotive space after it inked an agreement with Ford China that will see the two companies work together to make the driving experience smarter in China.

The two companies have collaborated before, most notably by jointly investing $150 million into LiDAR sensors startup Velodyne, and this China initiative will bring help technologies like connectivity, artificial intelligence and digital marketing into the car.

Ford Mustang based electric crossover to be unveiled in 2019: Will replace replace dated Ford cars
Posted on 22nd May 2018
Shortly after pulling the plug on most hatchbacks in the US and Europe, Ford has announced that they have started working on a new crossover that they will be calling the Mach1. The car is scheduled to be unveiled later next year with a production model scheduled for deliveries as early as 2020. According to reports on Autocar UK the car is scheduled to use the C2 platform that will also underpin the new Ford Focus.

Ford exports beat local sales
Posted on 14th May 2018
Calcutta: Ford India's exports are almost double its domestic sales.

The US-based company closed calendar year 2017 with exports of 1,75,196 units compared with 1,51,638 units in 2016.

The company's domestic sales is almost half of its exports at 87,588 units for 2017 compared with 86,460 units a year ago.

Ford says good bye to American Sedans except Mustang to push profitability
Posted on 28th April 2018
The Model T, the ’32 deuce coupe, the Thunderbird, the Mustang: For much of its 115-year history, Ford Motor Co. has been synonymous with cars.

But now Ford, one of the great engines of 20th Century American industry, is about to do the unthinkable: abandon the American car business almost entirely.

Ford Freestyle launched, co planning to use more Indian content in its cars
Posted on 27th April 2018
NEW DELHI: Ford Motor, which is setting up a new technology and development centre in Chennai, will leverage the base further to increase Indian R&D content in its vehicles as the US carmaker scales up the technical capabilities of engineers employed here.

In Chennai, Ford has already appointed 800-1,000 employees including engineers who have worked on Figo Sports and EcoSport Platinum editions.

Ford targets higher margins faster, will drop unpopular sedans
Posted on 26th April 2018
Ford Motor Co on Wednesday outlined a plan to cut costs and boost profit margins at a faster pace than previously announced, which includes dropping increasingly unpopular sedan models in North America.

The No. 2 U.S. automaker said it now plans to cut $25.5 billion in costs by 2022, up from a total of $14 billion the company announced to investors last fall.

Ford India sales up 11% at 27,580 units in March; exports rise 15%
Posted on 2nd April 2018
Ford India on Monday reported a 11.06 per cent increase in total sales at 27,580 units in March against 24,832 units in the same month last year.

The company said its domestic sales stood at 9,016 units in March as against 8,700 units in the year-ago month, up 3.63 per cent.

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