Content By Ford Motor Co.

Ford Motor Co.’s picture

By: Ford Motor Co.

(Ford Motor Co.: Dearborn, MI) -- As manufacturing continues to become greener, Ford Motor Co. is going further to shrink its environmental footprint by sharing even more leading sustainability practices with its suppliers around the globe.

Ford Motor Co.’s picture

By: Ford Motor Co.

(Ford Motor Co.: Dearborn, MI) -- Ford is using mobile climate and road simulators to minimize squeaks and rattles in its yet-to-be released 2017 F-Series Super Duty.

Ford Motor Co.’s picture

By: Ford Motor Co.

(Ford Motor Co.: Dearborn, MI) -- The new F-Series trucks are the latest vehicles to benefit from Ford Motor Co.’s new dirt-detection technology to ensure optimal paint and surface quality. The system uses high-resolution cameras and reflected light to digitally identify surface imperfections finer than a grain of salt in final vehicle assembly, and to cue operators where to polish and buff out imperfections.

Ford Motor Co.’s picture

By: Ford Motor Co.

Cutting waste-to-landfill at Ford Motor Co.’s Van Dyke Transmission Plant has always been important to workers there, but they weren’t satisfied until last fall, when a small, diligent local committee played a major role in solving a nagging 10-ton problem.

Ford Motor Co.’s picture

By: Ford Motor Co.

(Ford: Dearborn, MI) -- Ford Motor Co. has designed the Key Life Test, which takes less than a year to complete, specifically for its new lithium-ion (li-ion) batteries, drawing on more than 20 years of extensive data and experience to deliver reliable hybrid vehicles today.

Ford Motor Co.’s picture

By: Ford Motor Co.

(Ford: Dearborn, MI) -- Ford Motor Co. is putting design in the hands of enthusiasts with a new customizer website that features the 2012 Mustang. The automaker launched the site to let Mustang enthusiasts take advantage of the classic design with limitless possibilities.

Ford Motor Co.’s picture

By: Ford Motor Co.

(Ford Motor Co.: Cologne, Germany) -- Ford of Europe and Ford North America are leading a project to install robotic plant laser inspection technology in 17 assembly plants globally, a planned investment of approximately $100 million to improve fit and finish and reduce wind noise, a key quality factor for consumers and a major industry challenge.