It's been a rumor-filled few months for Ford CEO Alan Mulally, but he's confirmed that he's staying with the company through the end of the year and won't be moving to Microsoft.
The standard line from everyone at Ford has consistently been that Mulally wasn't going anywhere through at least the
Mary Barra, 51, becomes the first female CEO at a global automaker. Her current title is: Executive vice president, Global Product Development, Purchasing and Supply Chain. She was chosen by the GM Board to be the next CEO of the company, as Dan Akerson steps down effective Jan 15, 2014.
Ford has announced some major changes in its top leadership positions that will take affect on January 1st as they restructure their executive ranks. No less than three top executives will be bowing out on the first of the year.
J. Mays, Vice President and Chief Creative Officer, will be retiring
Did you know that you can buy a diesel powered Jeep Wrangler today?
In fact you can buy an American built Diesel Wrangler...you just can't buy it in America.
Every single diesel Wrangler that's built gets put on a boat and exported out of this country.
In this second exclusive TFLcar episode with
The design of the 2014 Jeep Cherokee is serious departure from tradition for Jeep.
Most people thing of a Jeep as being boxy and square but the 2014 Jeep Cherokee is anything but boxy and square.
The sharp nose and the slanted and pulled back lights are the exact opposite of what
There will soon be a brand new Ford F-150 on the market.
So what's changing on the Ford F-Series Trucks.
Recently Ford unveiled the Atlas Concept pick-up which clearly points the way to a new and even more rugged Ford pickup.
But perhaps the biggest surprise is Ford's focus on Fuel economy.
The new generation of the SRT Viper will eventually get an automatic transmission according to SRT President and CEO Ralph Gilles.
"In the lifecycle of this car it will have some kind of automated transmission," Gilles says in the video below. "Automatic transmissions are so much better in that they don't
Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne today apologized for using the term 'shyster loans' at an car industry conference Friday to describe the government loans that kept Chrysler afloat last year.
"I used a term in reference to the interest rate being charged on our government loans that has raised concern. I