Car company giants' technology helping parents keep teenage drivers safe

Leading car companies like Ford and General Motors have introduced new technologies in the cars, which allows parents to keep their teen drivers safe.

Kardashians may sue Ford over `disgusting, vile and offensive` ads

Kardashian sisters are exploring all of their legal options against Ford for making an ad that mocks them.

Ford to quit World Rally Championship

The World Rally Championship (WRC) will miss Ford next season after the American constructor announced it was quitting due to economic reasons.

Ferrari to use full name of car as Ford sue over F150

Ferrari will use the full name of its “Ferrari F150th Italia” Formula One car from now on after Ford Motor Co sued the Italian automaker over the use of the abbreviation “F150.”

Ferrari to use full name of car as Ford sue over F150

Ferrari will use the full name of its “Ferrari F150th Italia” Formula One car from now on after Ford Motor Co sued the Italian automaker over the use of the abbreviation “F150.”

Ford sues Ferrari for using F-150 name on race car

Ford Motor Co sued luxury automaker Ferrari for trademark infringement after Ferrari named its 2011 Formula 1 racing car the "F150."

Ford sues Ferrari for using F-150 name on race car

Ford Motor Co sued luxury automaker Ferrari for trademark infringement after Ferrari named its 2011 Formula 1 racing car the "F150."

Ford unveils its first all-electric car

Focus is expected to get up to 100 miles on a single charge.

Now, tweet hands-free while driving!

A new voice-controlled application reads `tweet` updates out loud while the car is on the move.

Ford to add 1,200 jobs in Chicago

Ford Motor Co. will add 1,200 jobs
at its Chicago assembly plant later this year to build the new
Explorer sport utility vehicle, a person briefed on the matter
said Monday.

Optimism fills Detroit auto show

A revved up sense of optimism has filled the Detroit auto show as the industry looked forward to a recovery from one of its worst years on record.

Detroit auto show to open with hopes of brighter 2010

North America’s biggest annual auto show was to get underway later Monday as the beleaguered U.S. car industry hopes to gain some momentum for 2010 with an emphasis on smaller, greener vehicles.

Ford motors in Leningrad region to shift to 5-day workweek

Ford motor works in Leningrad region will return to a 5-day workweek from Monday.

Ford rolls out `Twitter` for the car

Ford is going to let you listen to your "tweets" and Internet music and news stations while behind the wheel as the number two US automaker expands what it calls "in-car connectivity."

Automakers end dreadful year; hopes for recovery in 2010

Automakers in the U.S. ended their worst year in almost three decades with hints of a recovery in December.

In New Year, Ford gears up to increase prices

Come January and those of you were planning to get a new car may have to shell out more as a steep rise in input costs has forced the car-makers hiking prices in the New Year.

Ford to sell Volvo brand to Chinese carmaker

US auto giant Ford said Wednesday it had agreed on the main terms for selling its Swedish brand Volvo Cars to Chinese car maker Geely, a deal set to underline China`s growing economic clout.

Ford offers early retirement offers to workers to cut expenses

Ford Motor Co said on Monday it is offering its 41,000 US factory workers buyouts and early retirement offers in a bid to reduce its payroll costs as it aims to return to profit by 2011.

Ford India November sales up 13.5%; to hike prices next month

Carmaker Ford India on Wednesday reported a 13.5 percent increase in its year-on-year sales at 2,520 units during November as against 2,219 in the same month last year, and said a price hike is on the anvil.

Ford, Subaru, VW win insurance industry picks

Ford, Subaru and Volkswagen sit atop the insurance industry`s annual list of the safest new vehicles, according to a closely watched assessment used by car companies to lure safety-conscious consumers to showrooms.