That depends on the story. Ford Social began over 100 years ago. It's been unfolding ever since, informing the decisions we make, motivating our engineers, inspiring drivers. But there's a part of that story most people don't know about. It's the inside story. And it's right here.
Ford scientists know the whole is only as good as the sum of its parts. That's why they start developing with the very smallest part - the atom. Making improvements at this level results in a better finished product for you.
Ford takes durability testing to the extreme, making sure their cars and trucks will last - whether it's as simple as making sure the fuel filler door is secure, or as complex as running an entire vehicle through sub-zero temperatures.
SYNC is award-winning technology that brings connectivity to a new level, letting you make hands-free calls from your car, use voice activation to play music, and much more. Plus SYNC is easy to use, making driving more fun.2
Ford Motor Company is pleased the company’s UAW-represented work force has ratified agreements to modify the 2007 UAW-Ford National agreement and the Voluntary Employee Beneficiary Association health care trust.
Ford is testing an array of new “active” crash-avoidance and driver-aid technologies that it will introduce this year by driving prototypes into large, car-shaped balloons to help customers avoid real accidents.
Ford is opening an industry first technology center in Inkster, Michigan, dedicated to finding design solutions and repair procedures that will lower repair costs and ultimately drive down auto insurance premiums.
Ergo Days is Ford's way of using hands-on experience to train and educate engineers about ergonomic issues in the plant - allowing them to make suggestions that make tough jobs easier, increasing quality for the customer.