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Report – Ford on the offensive in Europe, it will launch 25 new or facelifted models


In an attempt to exit its problems in Europe, Ford of Europe's head of product development, Barb Samardzich, has revealed the automaker will launch 25 new or refreshed models in Europe within five years. Ford just disclosed in its earnings release they are facing a serious financial situation, as it expects to lose $2 billion on its European operations in 2013, ...
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Ford increases small engine production
Ford Motor Co. has upped production of its 1-liter EcoBoost engine at its Cologne, Germany, engine plant, a good signal that three-cylinder petrol engines will power more cars over the ...
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According to sources that spoke to Reuters, Ford Motor Co Chief Executive Alan Mulally could step down from office sooner than planned. Credited with driving a culture change that helped save ...
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While eagerly expanding output of the mid sized Fusion sedan, Ford Motor Co. also said its plant could also produce another model as demand expands. Chief Executive Officer Alan Mulally is ...
MyFord Touch system will be featured in European models from 2014
Ford Motor Co. said it plans to introduce its MyFord Touch infotainment system, the subject of criticism in U.S. quality surveys, to its vehicle lineup in Europe starting next year. The ...
Report – Ford thinks recovery for European car market due in 5-6 years
According to a German newspaper, Ford Motor Co's European chief Stephen Odell expects the European car market could take five to six years to recover. After a big and powerful economic ...
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In the wake of Ford Motor Co.'s decision to restate fuel economy estimates on its C-Max Hybrid and the ensuing scandal, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) defends its testing ...

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