The iconic American car manufacturer has been at the forefront of automotive innovation since the first Model A rolled off founder Henry Ford's assembly line in 1903. Although the wooden wheels and hand-cranked engines of early models have now been replaced by futuristic flex fuel and hybrid technologies, the Detroit auto giant continues to operate on the same basic tenets—commitment to quality, dedication to design improvement—that made the fledgling Ford Motor Company a success over a century ago.
A turbocharged supercar with speed and style.
This electric car boasts a high driving range and a low price.
A luxury truck with all the bells and whistles.
The sound of Bullitt is this high-performance sports muscle coupe.
A fuel-efficient and affordable hatchback.
This All-American truck is still the top contender in its class.
Powerful, if not “Edgy” Crossover. A Midsize crossover sport utility vehicle.
Practical economy car with some high-end features, smarter than the average compact.
One-liter Wonder. Low-cost subcompact hatchback.
Cool Compact Sedan. A sporty and efficient small sedan.
America's most iconic muscle car.
This iconic vehicle changed the course of automotive history.