Articles Tagged “2019”

  • 2019 Ford Edge arrives to dealerships

    The system uses an all-new dedicated electronic brain that receives inputs from dozens of sensors throughout the vehicle. It interacts with the traction control system to detect wheel slip, receiving inputs from the anti-lock brakes to learn if that system is active. It even detects if the windshield wipers are on, whether the Edge is […]

  • Top 10 Sports Cars for 2019

    2019 will be an exciting year for sports cars. Here’s a list of the ones we look forward to. 10. Chevrolet Corvette C8 People have been crying out for a mid-engine Corvette for years. No longer will Chevy fans have to settle for resounding their own mid-engine car into existence! Next year, the new C8 will feature […]

  • 2019 Mustang Bullitt raffled for Diabetes Research

    Ford has revealed a limited edition Ford Mustang Bullitt during the 2018 Woodward Dream Cruise in Detroit, but it’s not going to be for sale. Ford wouldn’t take any amount of money for it, so put that check book away. Instead, Ford is raffling the astonishing muscle car at $10 a ticket (up to a maximum of […]

  • Ford unveils the 2019 Cup Series Ford Mustang

    Ford unveiled the Mustang Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series teams will use in 2019 and beyond Thursday morning (Aug. 9). The Mustang will be the 16th Ford Motor Company car to race in NASCAR’s premier series, replacing the Ford Fusion, which has been run since 2006. XFINITY Series teams have used the Mustang since 2010. […]

  • 2019 Ford Ranger coming soon

    During the 2017 North American International Auto Show, Ford amazed the crowd with its announcement that they would be bringing the Ford Ranger to North-America. This year, the 2019 Ford Ranger stepped into the light for the first time, generating a lot of interest from the truck market, one of the largest in North-America. It was assumed that, at first glance, the new Ford […]

  • The Shelby GT350 gets upgraded for 2019

    The 2019 Shelby GT350 doesn’t look much different than its predecessor. Ford says its customers were happy with the car’s muscly flanks and cascading hood, so the exterior remains largely unchanged. But Ford’s engineers couldn’t keep their hands off the ‘Stang, calibrating the car’s suspension and aero bits for improved performance, and even better handling. […]