I grew up in a GM town. My dad worked for the General as did at least one parent of most of my friends. I don’t really care for most GM products, they get my token sympathy when it comes to American cars.
Shelby, the tuning house that gave us one of the all-time most gorgeous cars, the Shelby Cobra, is expanding upward. Taking their philosophy of dumping a big motor in a small car, they’re, uh, dropping a big motor in a big truck.
Suspiciously coinciding with Track Pants in a Coffee Shop Parking Lot Day, April 17th is also Mustang Day, for which Ford was reminded that they have new versions of both the GT350 and the GT350R to come out this year. Continue reading “2018 GT350 Gets No Upgrades”
Ford have unveiled a new feat of engineering on the upcoming refresh of the Mustang, a development that will shock the auto world and revolutionize the consumer vehicle market. Continue reading “2018 Mustang: Party Trick for Dumb People”
Ford had to issue three recalls today, the most serious covering close to a quarter-million vehicles from 2013 to 2015 due to the risk of fire in the engine compartment. Which, in a Ford, is awesome.
While generally accepted that driving a Ford* is a less than ideal activity, it’s clear that dying beneath one is marginally worse. Thankfully the bozos at the Blue Oval are looking to prevent such ignominy with the advancement of their Pedestrian Detection system. Continue reading “Ford to Prevent Being Found on Road Dead”