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FordVR app lets you experience car races in your bed

FordVR app lets you experience car races in your bed

Today’s virtual reality technology is allowing people to vicariously experience sights, sounds, and places they would never otherwise get to experience, either because of distance or safety. Or both. Like car racing. Every car enthusiast has probably dreamt of what it feels like to be inside of one. Well, now they can. Sort of. Utilizing Oculus’ fancy new WebVR technology, the FordVR app for iOS and Android lets anyone experience the car maker’s history moments in racing, right from the safety and comfort of their homes.

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VelociRaptor 6×6 concept can be yours for $295,000

VelociRaptor 6×6 concept can be yours for $295,000

The Standard Ford Raptor truck is a beast on its own, but if you want much, much more than what the factory can offer, you need to take your ride to Hennessey. The Hennessey crew can take a normal Raptor and turn it into the VelociRaptor 6x6 you see here. The price for the transformation is $295,000 and the money does include the base 2017 Raptor 4-door truck.

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Ford Bronco making a comeback with production slated for Michigan

Ford Bronco making a comeback with production slated for Michigan

It's been quite some time since we've seen Ford release a new entry in the Bronco family. To be a little more precise, we haven't seen a new Bronco since 1996, though new concepts and rumor keep popping up from time-to-time. That's all set to change, with Ford revealing that it has plans to revive the Bronco.

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The 2016 Ram 1500 takes on 3 Pickup Rivals in Full-Size Truck showdown

The 2016 Ram 1500 takes on 3 Pickup Rivals in Full-Size Truck showdown

The 2016 Ram 1500 sits comfortably in third position on the full-size pickup sales charts, but don't be deceived: this is one of the most innovative trucks currently on the market. Unlike the Ford F-150, which has dominated the segment for decades, Ram has had to mount a comprehensive strategy that gives pickup buyers features they simply can't find in any other truck in order to lure customers to dealerships - and it's working.

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Ford reveals some interesting, and weird, car tech ideas

Ford reveals some interesting, and weird, car tech ideas

While car makers are scrambling to make cars smarter, even self-sufficient, not all automotive innovations need a drastic change in the car’s systems. And some need not even change the car itself. As part of its “Further with Ford” program, the car maker looked to its own designers and engineers to come with up not just with ideas but also working prototypes to make drivers’ and commuters’ lives easier. Thus, experiments like Carr-E, Phone As Car, and On the Go H2O were born.

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Ford acquires Chariot as part of smart city transportation plans

Ford acquires Chariot as part of smart city transportation plans

Ford Smart Mobility LLC is acquiring San Francisco-based crowdsourced shuttle service “Chariot,” the company has announced. With it, Ford anticipates it will be able to offer an “affordable and convenient transportation” option to people in five or more markets starting a year-and-a-half from now. In addition, Ford is also aiming to provide San Franciscans with more transportation options via its Ford GoBike bike-sharing service offered in collaboration with Motivate.

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The 2016 Ford Focus RS takes on 3 Rivals in High Performance compact showdown

The 2016 Ford Focus RS takes on 3 Rivals in High Performance compact showdown

The 2016 Ford Focus RS stands at the pinnacle of the American hot hatch landscape, a turbocharged high performance marvel that brings with it a history of dominance in the European market. Of course, with Subaru no longer producing a hatchback version of its venerable STI and Mazda long having put the Mazdaspeed3 out to pasture, there's really only one other boy-racer compact hatch around with the specs to tackle the RS head-on: the Volkswagen Golf R.

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The 5 Best Compact SUVs Under $30,000

The 5 Best Compact SUVs Under $30,000

Small crossovers and SUVs are among the most popular automobiles on the market, and it's really no surprise. Practical and versatile, with enough storage space and passenger room to go above and beyond the day-to-day needs of most families, yet without the stodgy image of a minivan, sport-utility vehicles and their closely-related crossover cousins continue to do big business for almost every brand.

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FordPass app lets you book parking before you get there

FordPass app lets you book parking before you get there

If you live and work in a larger city where you have to hope and pray that you can find a parking spot and then pay to park your car, you know the frustration that comes with being a car owner. Ford wants to make parking and getting to work or play easier for everyone and to facilitate that parking, Ford has a new app called FordPass that lets you choose and pay for your parking spot before you ever leave home.

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Stratasys previews ‘infinite-build’ approach to 3D printing

Stratasys previews ‘infinite-build’ approach to 3D printing

So far, the realm of additive manufacturing, which is the industrial side of 3D printing, has been limited to what is essentially a problem with scale. While 3D printing can be an appropriate solution for some problems, it isn't for all of them, since manufacturers who need large parts can't always make them with current 3D printing methods. Stratasys is looking to change that, demonstrating a new "infinite-build" system that could change the way various industries use 3D printing.

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Ford GT production expanded for another two years

Ford GT production expanded for another two years

It hasn't been long now since Ford has been sending out letters to the well heeled out there who wanted the chance to purchase the new Ford GT supercar. Some of the letters that went out were good news and were offering the interested buyer the chance to own a Ford GT. Others that went out were bad news telling buyers that there weren't enough to go around and that they couldn't have one.

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Ford plans 2021 launch for fully-autonomous ride sharing car

Ford plans 2021 launch for fully-autonomous ride sharing car

Hot on the heels of its big investment into self-driving car sensors, Ford has today committed to having its first high-volume, fully autonomous vehicle on the road by 2021. Intended for ride-sharing, Uber-style on-demand transportation, and other commercial mobility applications, the vehicle will lack a steering wheel, gas pedal, or brake pedal.

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