Category: 2003 News

04/14/2003 – New 2004 Ranger Builds On 16 Years Of Leadership

Source: Ford Motor Company NEW 2004 RANGER BUILDS ON 16 YEARS OF LEADERSHIP The 2004 Ranger features a sporty interior with all-new seats and tough exterior styling America’s best-selling compact pickup for 16 years running is getting even better for 2004 All-new Pioneer® Sound System delivering 290-peak watts of power through an in-dash 6-disc MP3 […] More »

  Comments | By - September 17, 2004

01/02/2003 – 2004 Ford Faction Concept

Source: Ford Motor Company 2004 Ford Faction Concept LOS ANGELES, Jan. 2, 2003 – Why can’t there be an SUV tailored more for city life than backcountry pursuits? Why can’t there be a contemporary vehicle interior inspired by a fashionable twenty something’s apartment? In fact, there could be. And that vehicle is the new Ford […] More »

  Comments | By - September 17, 2004

01/08/2003 – Ford’s Vision to Extend Sport Truck Domination

Source: Ford Motor Company FORD’S VISION TO EXTEND SPORT TRUCK DOMINATION The SVT Lightning concept was a surprise during Ford’s unveiling of the all-new 2004 F-150. Launching a "Whole New Era of Built Ford Tough," the new F-150 is an all-new full-size pickup architecture designed for more power, refinement and unprecedented driving dynamics capability. It […] More »

  Comments | By - September 17, 2004

01/10/2003 – Ford Freestyle FX: The World’s First Purpose-Built Crossover Vehicle

Source: Ford Motor Company FORD FREESTYLE FX: THE WORLD’S FIRST PURPOSE-BUILT CROSSOVER VEHICLE Car-pooling. Gardening. Mountain biking. Going to the theater. Activities as disparate as these typically require a fleet of vehicles, or the acceptance of a few compromises when matching a vehicle and active lifestyles. Enter the Ford Freestyle FX concept. The Freestyle FX […] More »

  Comments | By - September 17, 2004

1/08/2003 – Model U Concept: A Model For Change

The Model U is a model for change. “The company's Centennial offers us a unique opportunity to reflect on our many past accomplishments. But, it also challenges us to look ahead and create a vision of continuing success. Model U is an exploration of that future vision.” Bill Ford Chairman and CEO, Ford Motor Company […] More »

  Comments | By - January 8, 2003

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