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Ford Shows Off All Star Performance Explorer Sport ahead of SEMA

Ford Shows Off All Star Performance Explorer Sport ahead of SEMA

Earlier this month Ford announced that it would be focusing heavily on SUVs and crossovers at SEMA this year. Ford plans to bring 28 different customized Edge Sport and Explorer Sport SUVs to the show. The company has circled back and offered up more details on some of the SUVs including the All Star Performance Explorer Sport pictured here.

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Ford over-delivers with Focus RS’ 350 horsepower surprise

Ford over-delivers with Focus RS’ 350 horsepower surprise

Under-promise and over-deliver may be a strategy as old as time, but it doesn't hurt when adding horsepower to the Ford Focus RS. The hot-hatch sounded potent enough back when Ford announced it in March, a 315 HP outing for the 2.3 liter EcoBoost engine after it had been through Ford Performance's obsessive hands. Now, it turns out, that was conservative.

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Carbon Revolution teams with Ford for carbon fiber wheel supply

Carbon Revolution teams with Ford for carbon fiber wheel supply

Ford has been big on making awesome performance cars over the last few years and tow of the coolest of those performance cars are the Shelby GT350R and the Ford GT. Both of those cars will get impressive and very light carbon fiber wheels. The company that will be producing those carbon fiber wheels is from Australia and is called Carbon Revolution.

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Ford SEMA show floor to highlight custom Crossovers and SUVs

Ford SEMA show floor to highlight custom Crossovers and SUVs

Ford plans a very big presence at SEMA this year and while many visitors look forward to seeing custom performance cars at the show, trucks and SUVs are always there in force as well. Ford plans to fill its SEMA space with a hoard of crossovers and SUVs. The hoard will be comprised of 28 customized vehicles including the 2015 Ford Edge Sport and 2016 Ford Explorer Sport.

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Ford GT may be limited to 100 units in the US

Ford GT may be limited to 100 units in the US

I live in a moderate sized city (at least for East Texas) of less than 90,000 people. Despite the smaller population, we have a massive number of very wealthy folks thanks to old oil money and a gigantic medical community with docs dragging in the big bucks all over the place. That means you can drive down the street here on any given day and see a couple Ferraris, Lamborghinis, a plethora of Porsches, Teslas, McLarens, Bentleys, and the occasional Rolls or Ford GT. I've been hoping that one of those well-heeled folks might plunk down the cash on the 2016 Ford GT just so I can see one in person.

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2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty has up to seven cameras for ultimate towing

2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty has up to seven cameras for ultimate towing

Ford has unveiled the 2017 F-Series Super duty truck that is aimed at people needing a truck that can tow lots of weight and look good doing it. Like the F-150, the Super Duty series benefits from an aluminum body to help reduce weight and improve fuel efficiency and performance of the truck. While the body of the truck is aluminum, the frame is made of 95% high strength steel.

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Ford Focus RS to get multi-part, behind-the-scenes documentary

Ford Focus RS to get multi-part, behind-the-scenes documentary

Ever wonder what the process of designing and developing a sports car is like? Well, Ford is soon going to give viewers interested in the new Focus RS a look behind the curtain, as they've announced a multi-part, behind-the-scenes documentary for the vehicle, titled "Rebirth of an Icon." Ford explains the video series will reveal to story behind the performance model of its four-door coupe, including the design, premiere, and testing process.

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Ford Focus RS configurator goes live for those that like to customize

Ford Focus RS configurator goes live for those that like to customize

One of the great pass times of car guys and gals around the world is playing with the configuration websites that allow you to build up your dream cars without actually having to go down to the dealership. One of the hottest performance cars to wear the Blue Oval in years now has its configurator live and that car is the Ford Focus RS.

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Ford Focus RS flys 0-62mph in 4.7 seconds

Ford Focus RS flys 0-62mph in 4.7 seconds

Ford has finally release some performance specs for the sweet new Focus RS and as you might have imagined, the little hot hatch is a very fast car indeed. Ford says that the car can run from 0-62 mph in 4.7 seconds. That's not the 0-60 mph time that the car guys and gals in the US like to hear, it would be a safe bet you can knock a few tenths off that time and be very close to the real performance of the car.

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Ford launches MyFord Mobile app for smartwatches

Ford launches MyFord Mobile app for smartwatches

Ford has announced that select model owners with the Apple Watch or an Android Wear smartwatch can now download the MyFord Mobile app for their wearable. Through this, some Ford owners are able to access a variety of information about their plug-in or all-electric car, including things like available driving range, battery charge level (and an alert when the charge is complete), and more, all from the gadget on their wrist.

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2016 Ford Edge to introduce adaptive steering

2016 Ford Edge to introduce adaptive steering

Ford has announced a new feature for the 2016 Edge SUV that will be a first for all of the automotive market. Ford calls the new feature Ford Adaptive Steering and it is a system that promises to make the vehicle easier to maneuver and more fun to drive. All of the technology for the adaptive steering system is housed in the steering wheel itself.

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2016 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang First Drive – Golden Pony

2016 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang First Drive – Golden Pony

There's always the lingering fear, when faced with a famous nameplate like Shelby, that the car it's attached to will be more about branding than performance. I needn't have worried about the 2016 Shelby GT350 Mustang. Since it first broke cover at the start of the year, I've been itching to get behind the wheel of the uber-pony. Happily, neither the GT350 nor its monster GT350R sibling disappoints.

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