The Blue Oval's original crossover was the Ford Edge, which was launched late in 2006 and has maintained its popularity, becoming the proven leader in its class. This year, the 2017 Ford Edge offers more technology, a higher degree of craftsmanship and enhanced driving dynamics.
Edge will be offered in four
Major automotive manufacturers are devoting billions of dollars to EV development, and some are making big promises for our electric car future.
This past week has been an enormous week in the electric car world. General Motors announced plans for an "all-electric future" by introducing at least 20 new all-electric models by 2023. Carlos
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Last week TFL was in Yellowstone National Park testing the new VW Tiguan when we ran into Yellowstone's version of gridlock. Like any traffic situation, the only solution is to chill out and take it all in. Click on the video above to see just how these
Whilst prototype hunting in the Rocky Mountains, Nathan and Michael came across a large number of vehicles. Many of them looked to be the new 2019 Ford Escape. Fitting, that they should find some Escape Prototypes, as a number of people in the Rockies were looking like they may have
Nathan and Michael took a trip up to the Rocky Mountains. They were greeted by a fleet of prototype Fords. Among these was a 2019 Ford Explorer prototype undergoing some high elevation testing.
The silhouette is fairly reminiscent of the current generation. However, Ford had the front fascia and rear of the
Earlier this week, Roman and Michael counted down the top 10 fastest cars of 2017. However, we realize that those cars, while certainly impressive, are very hard to get a hold of. Furthermore, there are very few places in the US where you can legally and safely go 200 MPH+.
Roman and Michael pay a visit to Ferrari of Denver to count down TFL's list of the fastest cars in the world for sale in 2017. Check out the video to listen to their comments on the list below and learn what bonus super car couldn't make the list at
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I couldn’t help myself. Within 5 minutes of grabbing the keys to our Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 test car, I was grinning like an idiot and giggling like a schoolgirl. And I hadn’t even fired up the engine.
Part of my immaturity I blame on Ford, which