Connect with Ford During the 2010 New York Auto Show

By Ford Social Member

Live from the New York International Auto Show, several Ford executives will be online and answering questions from Ford fans on March 31, 2010. Here on the Ford Story, we’ll be hosting webcasts and live chats from the auto show.

Check out the agenda and get involved in the conversations!

March 31

10:30 a.m. EST

Watch Ford’s latest exciting announcements in innovation and sustainability live from the New York International Auto Show in the video player just above.

11:30 a.m. EST

Jim Farley (Chief Marketing Officer) answers questions from Ford fans on a live webcast here on theFordStory

12:15 p.m EST

Jim Buczkowski (Director, Global Electrical and Electronics Systems Engineering) and Julius Marchwicki (Product Manager, SYNC) are interviewed by Fast Company’s Paul Hochman via live webcast here on theFordStory

1:00 p.m. EST

Alan Mulally (CEO) will answer your questions live on Twitter from @Ford

1:30 p.m. EST

Mike Tinskey (Manager, Sustainability and Environmental Policy Group) does a live chat about Ford’s latest green innovations here on theFordStory

2:00 p.m. EST

Chantel Lenard (Group Marketing Manager, Global Small and Midsize Cars) participates in a Twitter chat about the new Fiesta and Focus from @Ford

2:30 p.m. EST

Jim Mazuchowski (Program Manager, V6 Engine Programs) does a live chat about the Mustang’s V6 engine here on

5:00 p.m. EST

Lisa Drake (Chief Engineer, Global Hybrid and Battery Electric Vehicle Programs) answers questions about the Transit Connect and the future of electric vehicles on Twitter from @Ford
robert mineer jr 04/16/2010
i would like to thank ford ford making the 2010 ford taurus sel the car that really rocks because the 2010 taurus sel has power so floks try one out . You will be very impressed with how it handles and get you there . so drive one
Tim 04/13/2010
I wonder if A.M.(ceo) would consider giving back to the company some of his bonus. I
believe he deserve the bonus, but I also believe it would bring the company closer together.
This in return may set an example to the workers an the reast of the world that it's not just about money, but about a great company an a great product.
Maureen 04/01/2010
Is it possible to convert by adding another bench seat in back?
Ervin (Butch) Ackman 03/31/2010
Alan: I saw you on Fox this morning. You mentioned your "technology roadmap" and thought you might be interested in knowing that the technology-based competitive strategy and execution program under Ronald Reagan that "automated innovation" (a major breakthrough) resulting in advances like Star Wars, Stealth and computer related technologies that fueled US domination of the computer industry is declassified and in play in Austin, TX. You need to check it out.
David Bickerstaff 03/31/2010
I would like my sync screen to replicate my iphone which I am used to, has voice activation and Nav, I would also like to access the internet by voice like the Droidand have responses read out?
Also to address the Txt messaging problem could texts be read out loud and sent by voice???
Dave Bastian 03/31/2010
Jim...the Limo industry is not going to embrace an all wheel drive or front wheel drive vehicle as their vehicle of choice. If that was the case Cadillac DTS (FWD )would be selling.
Dave Bastian 03/31/2010
What will be the future offering to the Livery Industry? The Livery industry is comfortable with the Town car because of the reliability it offfers. This industry also prefers a rear wheel drive vehicle. Will thi svehicle be comparable to Town Car?
Connect with Ford During the 2010 New York Auto Show

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