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2021 Mustang Mach-E

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E review: A glimpse at the future

October 21st, 2021

The world is going electric. While it’s pretty easy to imagine smaller cars and new car lines being electric, if there’s a car that would have been difficult to imagine in its electric form a few years ago, it’s the Ford Mustang. The iconic car is known for its muscle, its growl, and its…gas consumption. …

ford coffee

Ford is turning McDonald’s coffee into car parts

December 5th, 2019

On the surface, McDonald’s and Ford don’t appear to have much in common. They’re both huge corporations, sure, but they’re worlds apart in terms of their product offerings. That’s what makes the new collaboration between the two giants so strange, but also incredibly cool. As Ford explains in a press release issued today, McDonald’s produces …

ford robot butt

Ford built a sweaty robot butt to simulate your sweaty human butt

January 11th, 2019

Car seats have come a long way from the rigid benches drivers were forced to plop their bottoms on many decades ago, and today’s seats are often a major part of the driving experience. Many have built-in heaters and are packed with electronic controls and even memories that adjust to specific drivers. As with any …

Dongles for cars

Ford has made the rarest thing: A dongle you’ll actually want to buy

March 21st, 2018

Dongles are, as a species, bad. They exist to fix design limitations in, say, a $2,000 MacBook that can’t communicate with your $1,000 iPhone, or connect almost any laptop to the presentation room projector. But to every rule there’s an exception, and for every dumb Lightning-to-3.5mm dongle, there’s a Ford SmartLink. For a modest monthly …