Fact Check: Trump's Statements On Auto Industry Are MisleadingPresident-elect Donald Trump has a long list of deceptive statements about Ford Motor Co. and the auto industry, and he added to that list this week.
Muscle Cars Aren't So Strong In Crash TestsMuscle cars may look cool, but they don't offer the best protection in a crash. The Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger didn't get the highest ratings in new tests.
Detroit's Automakers, Sensing A Threat, Embrace MobilityFor Detroit, the days of simply making cars are over.
Automakers Report Best US March Sales In 16 YearsFord, Honda, Fiat Chrysler, Nissan, Hyundai and General Motors all reported increases, largely driven by SUVs and trucks.
Automakers Post Healthy February Sales GainsAutomakers posted big U.S. sales gains in February as consumers returned to showrooms after a snowy January.
Ford CEO Looks Ahead To Autonomous CarsFord CEO Mark Fields said that the company is tripling its investment in new technologies that will ultimately lead to self-driving vehicles, but will make sure to keep making cars for drivers who want to keep their hands on the wheel.
Ford Begins Testing Self-Driving Car In The SnowAs Google tests self-driving vehicles on Bay Area roadways, Ford announced they are testing autonomous cars in snowy environments.
Auto Industry Ends 2015 On A Very Strong NoteCar and truck sales set a new record in 2015, narrowly edging out the previous record--17.4 million, set in 2000.
From Your Smartphone To Smarthome, Ford Wants To Be A Connected RideThe automaker's technology push is one of the big stories so far at CES, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
New Prague Students Win A Spot On The Big Stage At Foreigner ConcertTwelve members of the New Prague choir won a chance to sing on stage with the classic rock band Foreigner at Xcel Energy Center Monday night. They beat out 20 other Minnesota schools to get on the big stage.
Lawmakers Seek Answers From Takata, U.S. On Faulty Air BagsLawmakers are seeking answers from the maker of defective air bags and federal regulators as they focus on the biggest auto-safety recall in U.S. history. Japan's Takata Corp. agreed last month to declare 33.8 million air bags defective.
More Details Released In Takata Airbag RecallDetails on the massive air bag recall are starting to come out, including which cars are included. Takata, a Japanese company, agreed to recall nearly 34-million cars and trucks. Their air bags can explode with too much force, shooting shrapnel into passengers.