Fords cancellation of its $1.6 million (£1.3 billion) plant sent shockwaves throughout Mexico
Not as polished as some of its more upmarket rivals, but the Mondeo is one of the best-driving wagons there is.
The President-elect understands how a tough tweet will change people’s behaviour. Anyone running an American company does not want to be thought un-American – especially Ford
The company's CEO said market forces were the driving factor
Growth rises sharply in world’s largest economy; carmakers announce Europe-wide network of electric charging stations; Saudi-Iran rivalries could scuttle tentative OPEC deal
Ford has never announced plans to move either its Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville, which employs more than 5,000 people, or the Louisville Assembly Plant, which employs 4,700, to Mexico
British bank cuts more jobs; Goldman considers moving London staff to Frankfurt; European carmakers fearful of new president's impact
Ford pushed back against Donald Trump for saying the company would fire U.S. employees and instead opt to build plants in Mexico
CEO Mark Fields, CEO says research and development on this project will double in size
Ford makes engines at plants in Dagenham and Bridgend that are exported to the EU where the cars are assembled
Ford’s range-topping new Edge is eyeing up Hyundai’s Santa Fe and Kia’s Sorento
Whipping up excitement to a frenzy never before earned by a Focus, the new super-hatch has certainly made its mark
Ford is only making 250 GTs a year, so someone’s going to be kept busy sifting through 7000 applications
The Mustang is over-sexed and over here with a range of coupés and convertibles
The Mustang comes with hard-top or soft-top, and with a Ford 2.3-litre Ecoboost engine or the ‘proper’ 5.0-litre Yankee V8. Given those options, surely the best combination must be the V8 and a soft-top so you can hear that V8 growl. And be seen. Obviously.
Car crashes are the leading cause of death of 18- to 24-year-olds in Europe