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Ford Launches the all-new F-350 and F-4000 for the Light-Duty and Semilight-duty Truck Market

Aug-22-2014 4:00 PM ET

​SÃO BERNARDO, Brazil - Ford presented the new F-350 and F-4000 trucks (available in 4x2 and 4x4 models)  to the media this week.  These trucks boast a new Euro 5 engine which meets new Brazilian environmental legislation and are intended for the light-duty and semilight-duty truck markets. 

New 2015 Ford F-Series Super Duty Will Deliver Best-in-Class Horsepower, Torque and Towing Capacity

Mar-05-2014 7:40 AM ET

​DEARBORN - Ford F-Series Super Duty reinforces its leadership in the heavy-duty pickup truck market with engine and chassis upgrades for 2015 that together deliver best-in-class horsepower, torque and towing capacity.

F-Series Achieves Important Sales Milestone

Nov-19-2013 6:05 AM ET

​DEARBORN - Ford F-Series marked an important milestone today, with calendar year-to-date (CYTD) sales already surpassing 2012 full-year truck sales.

Ford Mustang and F-Series Named ‘Hottest Car and Truck’ of 2013 SEMA Show

Nov-05-2013 12:30 PM ET

​LAS VEGAS - Ford Mustang and Ford F-Series are officially the “Hottest Car and Truck” at the 2013 Specialty Equipment Market Association show. The SEMA Award – presented today – recognizes the most popular vehicles SEMA members feature in their displays at the organization’s weeklong trade show in Las Vegas.

Trucks and Buildings Must Be Built Tough; Ford and AIA New York Talk About What It Takes to Make Something Last

Oct-03-2013 6:05 AM ET

​NEW YORK - Trucks and urban buildings are designed to stand the test of time, with surfaces and features that define purpose and capability. Both have evolved to meet the demands of a changing world.

Third Production Crew with 900 New U.S. Jobs Begins to Meet Surging Ford F-Series Demand

Aug-05-2013 6:45 AM ET

​KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Ford, America’s truck leader, today welcomes a third crew of 900 new hourly workers at its Kansas City Assembly Plant to meet surging customer demand for the Ford F-150.