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Ford extends GT production


Posted by Waggin @ Tue Aug 23, 2016 10:34 pm



Ford has announced plans to extend production of its GT supercar for a further two years.

Unlike traditional supercar makers that strictly limit supply in order to drive up demand, Ford will double the production length of the GT in order to satisfy its customers. Initially the company said it would only build the GT for two years, but after more than 7000 applications for the 500 cars it had a change of heart.

That means while 6000 potential customers will still miss out, Ford hopes the extra cars will keep more blue oval fans happy.

"While we can't build enough Ford GTs for everyone who has applied, we are going to produce additional vehicles in an effort to satisfy more of our most loyal Ford ambassadors," explained Dave Pericak, global director, Ford Performance. "We want to...


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Special edition Ford Falcon confirmed


Posted by Waggin @ Sat Dec 26, 2015 2:12 pm



Ford has revealed that its new limited edition Falcons XRs will wear the Sprint badge.

The special Falcons will be available with both the turbocharged six-cylinder and the supercharged V8 engines.

The Falcon XR Sprint series will pair an automatic transmission with the inline six-powered XR6 while the V8-powered XR8 will be teamed with the choice of either an auto or manual transmission.

While full specifications will be revealed closer to it launch date Ford has confirmed that the new Sprints will have increased power over the regular XR6 and XR8.

The new Sprints will also benefit from an upgraded brake package, new wheels, Sprint embroidery on the interior, Sprint badging and unique build plaque on the engine.



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Ford's Broadmeadows plant will close on October 7, 2016


Posted by Waggin @ Sat Sep 12, 2015 3:22 pm



The Ford Falcon has 391 days left before the last car rolls off the blue oval's Broadmeadow production line.

Almost two-and-a-half years after then Ford Australia President, Bob Graziano, confirmed the car maker would close down its local operations, sending the Australian automotive industry into a spiralling freefall with both Holden and Toyota following suit soon after, Ford has confirmed that October 7, 2016 will see the last batch of cars rolling off the line.

The car maker informed its staff this morning, and although it has yet to issue a formal announcement company spokesman Wes Sherwood confirmed the date to Drive today.

"We have already confirmed that we will be transitioning from a manufacturer to a ...


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Ford unveils Australian-developed Taurus


Posted by Waggin @ Wed Apr 22, 2015 11:39 am



This could have been the new Ford Falcon.

But rather than going on sale in Australia, the large sedan designed and developed by local engineers will be exclusive to China as the new Ford Taurus.

With the blue oval abandoning plans to sell large sedans locally, Ford's Melbourne-based Asia-Pacific design director, Todd Willing, says his team focused on Chinese consumers.

"We wanted to create a vehicle that displays a maturity of design with balanced and harmonious proportions, tailored to the business customer in China," he says.

"Our aim was to create a vehicle that is elegant, inviting and quietly confident."

A separate model to the North American Taur...


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