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The smokin' new Ford Mustang Shelby 500GT.

How the hottest Corvettes and Mustangs stack up

The cars don't match up perfectly, but both symbolize their brands. I broke down what's on offer from Ford and Chevy.
2019 Ford F-150.

The man in charge of marketing the Ford F-150 calls Tesla a ‘credible competitor,’ but says Elon Musk won’t influence what Ford does...

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the electric-car maker's pickup truck would start at less than $50,000 and outperform both a Ford F-150 and a Porsche 911.

Take a look at Ford’s most iconic cars through the decades — and how they evolved

We've taken a closer look at the evolution of the Ford Thunderbird, the Lincoln Continental, the F-Series pickup trucks, and the legendary Mustang.
Ford President and CEO Jim Hackett (R) and Volkswagen AG CEO Dr. Herbert Diess attend a news conference in New York City, New York, U.S., July 12, 2019.

Here are the executives running the biggest and most important self-driving-car companies

Over the past few years, Alphabet's Waymo, GM's Cruise, Argo AI, Intel's Mobileye, and Tesla have pushed forward in the autonomous-mobility business.
The 2019 Ford F-150.

Towing capability is the one thing Ford F-150 customers want more than anything else, according to the head of marketing for the best-selling truck in...

Seventy-seven percent of Ford's F-150 customers use their vehicles to tow a trailer, F-150 marketing manager Brian Bell told Business Insider.
The long-awaited pickup-truck emoji.

Ford just launched a new pickup truck. And it’s free. And it’s an emoji.

"Among the 3,000 approved icons available to emoji users, truck fans noticed a glaring omission: There is no pickup truck," Ford said in a statement.
The RAM 1500.

I’ve driven the Ford F-150, the Chevy Silverado, the RAM 1500, and the Toyota Tundra — here are the best features of these full-size picku...

Of these pickups, the Ford, Chevy, and RAM are either all-new or redesigned in the past five years; the Toyota is a bit long in the tooth.
The President and CEO of Ford Motor Company Jim Hackett, poses with Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., January 14, 2019.

Here’s what makes the developing Ford-VW alliance unique: ‘coopetition’

Coopetition means that Ford and VW can save money on shared engineering while breaking ranks later when they take new vehicles and services to market.
Ford President and CEO Jim Hackett (R) and Volkswagen AG CEO Dr. Herbert Diess attend a news conference in New York City, New York, U.S., July 12, 2019.

Ford and VW have stepped up their alliance — Ford will develop an electric vehicle using VW tech by 2023

The VW Group also announced on Friday that it would invest $2.6 billion in the self-driving-car startup ArgoAI. Ford invested $1 billion in 2017.
ArgoAI CEO Bryan Salesky.

VW is investing $2.6 billion in ArgoAI following a cash infusion from Ford, valuing the self-driving-car startup at more than $7 billion

ArgoAI would remain an independent company post-deal, which would allow it to seek additional investment from other partners.