Articles Tagged “Tech”

  • Ford’s initiative to help teen drivers

    Most car accidents are the leading cause of death for teenagers between ages 15 to 20. Teenagers are often influenced by either drinking alcohol or being distracted by their phone. To make driving safer, Ford has launched a program that will allow teens to be aware of the potential dangers of drinking/texting and driving. Vehicle […]

  • Ford updates their Taxi’s

    The taxi of tomorrow might be dead but Ford today announced two new models that combine forward-looking technology with proven body styles. For the first time, Ford  is offering a hybrid powertrain in a taxi model that is said to get a 40 mpg in the city. This news comes several weeks after Ford’s bombshell that it was dramatically […]

  • 2018 Ford Mustang GT best one yet?

      2018 Ford Mustang GT. [Photo: Ford] OVERVIEW The venerable Ford Mustang has been around for half a century now, its production uninterrupted since it was introduced in 1964. The quintessential pony car has changed dramatically over the years, with Ford offering a multitude of model variations. A variety of engines and transmissions have found […]

  • Ford planning Self Driving Taxis

    Ford had announced its pilot program for its self-driven cars earlier in February this year. The car maker conducted its pilot not in its home city of Michigan but in downtown Miami and Miami Beach. The test initially separated the delivery from the self-driving cars so that the company could gauge more accurately what worked for both […]

  • 2017 Ford Mustang Review

    Grabber Blue, Lightning Blue, and White Platinum replace Kona Blue, Guard, Deep Impact Blue, and Competition Orange for the 2017 Ford Mustang’s exterior color options. Ruby Red Metallic has been added to the GT350’s exterior color palette. Sync 3 now comes with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration. All 2017 Mustang GT350s now come standard with […]

  • Ford’s Feel the View Tech helps the blind

    Ford has developed a smart car window that lets blind people “see” the passing landscape. The “Feel the View” technology, which was developed with Italian startup XYZ, uses vibrations to give blind and visually impaired passengers a sense of the scenery outside. The smart window takes pictures using an external camera and turns them into […]

  • Supercharged 4.6L Two-Valve Motor – 2V Or Not 2V

    With the introduction of the new 5.0L, Four-Valve Coyote motor, the original Two-Valve has taken yet another step back in terms of popularity. The Three- and Four-Valve variants get all the publicity since they offer greater potential, but does that mean we should summarily dismiss the Two-Valve? Not hardly, as the Two-Valve remains popular due […]

  • AMSOIL Mustang GT SEMA Project

    For many builders, a SEMA car is all about the bling. Shiny things grab your attentionyou’re drawn to the kind of over-the-top awesomeness that you just can’t seem to take your eyes off. But sometimes what’s hiding beneath the surface can be equally as impressive. This month we look at another stage of the initial […]

  • Project Repeat Offender Electrical System

    Though we vowed to have dyno numbers for you this month on our True Street project, we’ve been a little tied up. Actually, we’ve been working hard on Repeat Offender and time slipped right through our hands. What we were able to finish this month will be helpful. The massive stock wiring harness was chock-full […]

  • Project Repeat Offender Electrical System – Prisoner Of Wire

    Though we vowed to have dyno numbers for you this month on our True Street project, we’ve been a little tied up. Actually, we’ve been working hard on Repeat Offender and time slipped right through our hands. What we were able to finish this month will be helpful. The massive stock wiring harness was chock-full […]