By 2020, Ford Will Stop Making Everything Except Mustangs, Focus CrossoversThe decision, which Hackett said was due to declining demand and profitability, means Ford will no longer sell the Fusion midsize car, Taurus large car, CMax hybrid compact and Fiesta subcompact in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
Ford Dropping Fiesta, Taurus, Fusion From North American DealershipsBy 2020, Ford plans to be selling only Ford Mustangs and the new Ford Active in North America.
Ford Recalls 350,000 F-150s And Expeditions That Can Roll Even When ParkedThe automaker said in a statement the issue affects 2018 Ford F-150 and Ford Expedition vehicles with 10-speed automatic transmissions, as well as Ford F-650 and F-750 vehicles with 6-speed automatic transmissions.
Ford Recalls Over 1.3M Cars, Says Steering Wheels Can Come OffThe recall effects multiple versions of the Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ models in North America.
Ford Shifts Production Of Electric SUV To MexicoFord said Thursday it now plans to make an electric SUV at its Cuatitlan, Mexico, factory.
Ford Recalls 680K Cars; Seat Belts May Not Hold In CrashFord is recalling more than 680,000 midsize sedans mainly in North America because the front seat belts may not hold people in a crash.
Fact Check: Trump's Statements On Auto Industry Are MisleadingPresident-elect Donald Trump has a long list of deceptive statements about Ford Motor Co. and the auto industry, and he added to that list this week.
Muscle Cars Aren't So Strong In Crash TestsMuscle cars may look cool, but they don't offer the best protection in a crash. The Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger didn't get the highest ratings in new tests.
Detroit's Automakers, Sensing A Threat, Embrace MobilityFor Detroit, the days of simply making cars are over.
Automakers Report Best US March Sales In 16 YearsFord, Honda, Fiat Chrysler, Nissan, Hyundai and General Motors all reported increases, largely driven by SUVs and trucks.
Automakers Post Healthy February Sales GainsAutomakers posted big U.S. sales gains in February as consumers returned to showrooms after a snowy January.
Ford CEO Looks Ahead To Autonomous CarsFord CEO Mark Fields said that the company is tripling its investment in new technologies that will ultimately lead to self-driving vehicles, but will make sure to keep making cars for drivers who want to keep their hands on the wheel.

Watch & Listen LIVE