A former Ford mechanic was awarded $20 million after suing over alleged exposure to asbestos while he worked on Ford vehicle brakes as a mechanic in the 1960s.
The Pacific Gas & Electric Company is planning pilot programs this year to study the use of Ford and GM's electric vehicles as backup power for homes in case of blackouts.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk invited the United Auto Workers union to hold a vote at the company this week after Biden declined to mention the electric vehicle pioneer in Tuesday evening's State of the Union address.
Ford CEO Jim Farley discusses the automaker's focus on the all-American production of electric vehicles.
Ford Motor Co said on Wednesday its electric vehicle (EV) and internal-combustion engine (ICE) units would be run as separate entities, in a move aimed at supercharging its EV business as it plays catch up with Tesla Inc.
German carmaker BMW joins other corporations in getting tough against Russia.
Ford is recalling nearly a quarter-million heavy duty pickup trucks in the U.S. because the drive shafts can fracture and cause a loss of power.
Ford is recalling more than 330,000 select 2015-2017 model year Mustang vehicles due to blank or distorted rearview camera images caused by loose or damaged wiring.
Consumer Reports' annual list gives vehicles an overall scored based on road test performance, predicted reliability, owner satisfaction and safety.
Ford Motor Co. and a South Korean company would have to create more than 5,000 full-time jobs at a planned electric pickup truck factory and battery manufacturing plant in Tennessee or pay back at least part of a $500 million state grant for the project, according to a lease approved Thursday by a regional board.
Ford and other automakers warned Thursday that the ongoing bridge blockade from Detroit by Canadian truckers protesting COVID-19 mandates could do further damage if it continues
Electric vehicles may soon double as backup generators for many households.
Difficulties in obtaining semiconductor chips will prompt Ford Motor to temporarily halt or scale back production at eight plants in North America, the company said Friday, according to reports.
Ford CEO Jim Farley said the automaker is going to start restricting vehicle allocations to dealers who charge "unreasonable markups."
Ford CFO John Lawler expects car volume to increase as semiconductor production ramps back up this year.
Ford is aiming to deliver more to America's plumbers, electricians and first responders.
Elon Musk projects Tesla will be building 250,000 Cybertrucks annually in a couple of years, which is much less than the 600,000 electric pickup capacity General Motors has planned.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that President Biden "is treating the American public like fools" after Biden met with executives from rival car companies General Motors and Ford Motor earlier this week.
There is no quick fix for the global semiconductor crisis, according to Fed Chairman Powell and Ford CEO Jim Farley.
CEOs will meet at the White House Wednesday in an effort to sell the stalled Build Back Better bill.