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Ford GTs are selling for eye-watering amounts
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5 days ago
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Ford GTs are selling for eye-watering amounts

A handful of Ford GTs have started appearing on the used-car market, shortly after their two-year exclusion period ended. And they’re fetching big money. Ford originally sold the GT in 2017 with a US$450,000 price tag and a waiver stating the new owners would not sell their Blue Oval-badged supercars for two years. Now the ‘no sale’ period is over a handful of examples are beginning to appear at auction houses around the world.
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Rob Margeit
Ford trademarks Stormtrak name in Europe
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15th Jan 2020
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Ford trademarks Stormtrak name in Europe

Towards the end of 2019 Ford trademarked the Stormtrak name in Europe. The filing was discovered by AutoGuide, and the publication believes the name could be used on a jacked-up Subaru Outback-style wagon model, which is rumoured to be the replacement for the fourth-generation Mondeo. If this is indeed the case, it's unclear whether the company will choose to brand the vehicle as the Ford Mondeo Stormtrak or the simply as the Ford Stormtrak.
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Derek Fung
Ford quashes rumours of MEB-based Mustang EV
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2nd Jan 2020
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Ford quashes rumours of MEB-based Mustang EV

That was fast. Just days after it was reported Ford was considering using the Mustang badge on a smaller, Volkswagen-based electric crossover, a Ford spokesperson has refuted these plans. The spokesperson reached out to Ford Authority, saying, “There are no plans to offer an all-electric Mustang based on VW’s MEB architecture.”
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William Stopford
2014-19 Ford Mondeo recalled
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24th Dec 2019
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2014-19 Ford Mondeo recalled

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Scott Collie
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24th Dec 2019
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2014-19 Ford Mondeo recalled

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Scott Collie
Takata airbag crisis worsens: 78,000 cars off the road in Australia’s biggest automotive buy back
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17th Dec 2019
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Takata airbag crisis worsens: 78,000 cars off the road in Australia’s biggest automotive buy back

The Takata airbag crisis has taken its most serious turn yet, with to up 78,000 cars to be put off the road and bought back by manufacturers at an estimated cost of up to $200 million. Popular cars made by Audi, BMW, Ford, Honda, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Suzuki and Toyota – sold from 1996 to 2000 – are believed to be equipped with another type of Takata airbag inflator which can also become unstable over time and spray shrapnel when deployed in a crash.
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Joshua Dowling
Ford Ranger Raptor police car earns its stripes
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1st Dec 2019
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Ford Ranger Raptor police car earns its stripes

Pint-sized police cars in the UK – such as the Fiat Panda – have for years been ridiculed because crooks could get away even on foot. But UK cops could soon have the last laugh: police across Britain are testing a Ford Ranger Raptor for special duties.
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Joshua Dowling