Ford Provides Comprehensive Commercial EV Charging

 

 

Ford Pro, a section of Ford’s company that makes services for commercial fleet customers, has launched a comprehensive solution for commercial EV charging. The innovative Ford Pro Charging program will help reduce the severity of the complex transition from ICE to EV fleets with software and commercial hardware infrastructure offered to support charging and energy management needs.

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Ford Uses Autonomous Vehicles to Deliver Fresh Food to Senior Citizens in Southwest Detroit

 

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Ford Motor Company and Ford Motor Company Fund, the company’s philanthropic division, are launching a fresh food delivery pilot in Southwest Detroit this holiday season. This program will be yet another stage in Ford’s recent testing of autonomous vehicles. This six-month project is projected to deliver up to 10,000 pounds of fresh food directly to senior citizens in the Southwest Detroit area whose mobility challenges limit their access to food.

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Ford Makes Investment in Thailand

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Ford’s manufacturing facilities in Thailand are about to receive a modernization update. The company has made a US$900 million (THB 28 billion) investment in supplying the facility with new technology and systems. This is the largest investment Ford has made in Thailand to date, and brings the total investments that the company has made in Thailand over the last 25 years to US$3.4 billion (THB 100 billion). 
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Ford Reveals The V8-Powered, Limited Edition Bronco DR

 

 

If you’re in the market for a Ford Bronco, but want the greatest off-road capability available in the series, you’ll shortly be able to own a limited-edition V8 Bronco. Ford recently released the new and rugged Bronco DR, based on a 2022 Bronco four-door design with unique body and chassis adjustments for high-speed desert racing. It also includes a Coyote 5.0-liter V8 engine that churns out over 400-hp for earth-shaking power.

 
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Ford’s Skyjacker Ranger: Off-Road Power At Sema 2021

 

Last year’s 2021 Ford Ranger is the perfect middle ground between size and power for customers looking for a pickup that’s larger than the Maverick, but not as gargantuan as trucks in the F-Series. This midsize truck can handle almost anything you can throw at it and has a healthy upgrade and aftermarket life. To emphasize its reliable capability, Ford brought the Skyjacker Ranger to the 2021 SEMA Show, a customized edition built for rugged off-road performance.

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4 Skills That Make You A Great Driver And Keep Roads Safe

 

While driving your Ford vehicle is often as fun as it is convenient, there are certain drivers who will aggressively speed and otherwise endanger pedestrians and fellow drivers alike. They may haplessly merge into another lane when they aren't paying attention, or follow too close behind you, or even make surprise turns without signaling.

 

 

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Ford Debuts New Packages for the 2022 Mustang

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The Ford Mustang is the world’s best selling sports car and has retained a loyal fan base for decades. For this coming model year, Ford is adding more options for customization to the popular vehicle by releasing two new available packages– the Stealth Appearance Package and the GT Performance Package. 
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Ford and Redwood Materials Work Together to Recycle Batteries

 
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Ford has been making big strides recently in the process of making electric cars more accessible to Americans with releases of all-electric vehicles such as the F-150 Lightning, the Mustang Mach-E, and the E-Transit. This week, Ford announced another important development– a partnership with Redwood Materials to begin a battery recycling operation. This will be a huge component of Ford’s plan to produce electric vehicles at scale in the United States.

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Ford Teams Up with Argo AI and Walmart to Create Autonomous Delivery System

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In the current market, the name of the game when it comes to deliveries is speed. Customer expectations are leaning towards next-day and same-day delivery more and more often, and this demand provides a window for technology to expand. Self-driving delivery systems are the next big hurdle, and Ford, Argo AI, and Walmart are collaborating to make it happen.
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