Hiring compelling talent to drive innovation.
A sustainable house blend.
Ford is focused on what it will take for customers to embrace the technology, trust us enough to take a ride and keep coming back.
Our electrification plan is simple: play to our strengths and build on our iconic nameplates.
In 2020, Ford will begin equipping most redesigned vehicles in the U.S. with over-the-air software update capability.
New Ford all-electric vehicles will come standard with a Ford Mobile Charger.
This day of service was aimed at helping nonprofit groups support women’s well-being.
Ford is piloting City Insights Platform, a suite of advanced software tools allowing cities to help solve mobility issues.
When was the last time you thought about how insects affect your driving?
Learn the history of the design classic, the Lincoln Continental.
Ford is seeing an increase in sales of its Transit van as small business owners rethink traditional models of operation.
How defining a ‘why’ statement for your whole self led to helping others reach their full potential.
When you recycle plastic bottles, do you ever stop and think about where that plastic ends up?
A brief look at the life of Edsel Bryant Ford, highlighting his lifelong love of design and innovation.
Henry Ford wins his one and only race versus the foremost driver of his day to secure investors for his car company.
Meet Freddie Ford. Ford’s 9-foot tall traveling robot who has made his permanent home at the Ford Motor Company’s archive.
Did you know that Ford Motor Company had a huge role with the space program? Learn about the construction of Mission Control.
Ford’s contributions in World War II extended beyond military production on the assembly lines.
Learn about how Ford is collaborating with small business to develop the next generation of self-driving cars.
Ford is using robotics to explore a new frontier in the world of autonomy. Learn more about Ford’s walking robot.
The Stakes Are High: Inside the Team Developing Ford’s New Generation of Electric Vehicles
Ford donates additional vehicles to help disabled veterans get to their doctor’s appointments.
Ford looks toward a future where automobiles are as much your companion as they are transportation.
The latest Ford Trend Report lays the groundwork for how we will move into the future.
Ford begins to explore new opportunities, solutions and experiments that could shape the City of Tomorrow.
Ford’s Pre-Collision Assist helps predict distracted ‘petextrian” movement
Ford teams with Riders for Health to provide smarter and more efficient medical services.
Ford teams up with Jose Cuervo® to make sustainable materials from tequila byproduct.
Ford joins Girls Who Code to champion its mission to provide opportunities for young women who want to pursue the STEM fields.
Ford's Thirty Under 30 taps into the growing interest of employees who want to be involved in their communities.
Ford’s new Drugged Driving Suit teaches young people the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs.
The Ford Police Interceptor: Our most advanced customer-centric, purpose-built vehicle.
Ford celebrated Women’s History Month by honoring the women who paved the way for future generations.
As the world turns toward digital technology, Ford and the F-150 are once again leading the way.
Global research and development initiative to accelerate light, durable EV battery technology.
Ford researchers are going back to nature to create the next generation of sustainable materials.
At Ford’s Silicon Valley research center, the Info Cycle project aims to help bicyclists and motorists safely share the road.
With great engineering power comes great responsibility – keeping Ford fuel lines free of eight-legged invaders.
A new eco-friendly technology is rolling out to Ford dealerships, but this time it’s not in Ford vehicles themselves.
On the International Space Station, every communication is mission critical.
Henry Ford’s Highland Park plant launched the world’s first moving assembly line and overhauled the manufacturing industry.
The F-150 has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States for the last 32 years. Now, we’ve raised the bar again.
Ford is using 3D printing to revolutionize the automotive prototyping process — and the results are on the road.
Using a specially equipped Ford Endeavor, Ford and its partners are reimagining rural healthcare one village at a time.