Ford has Found a Way to Turn Carbon Dioxide into Car Parts
We know Ford is big about recycling the aluminum that it uses to make F-150s. What can it do with a byproduct of industrial activities, a climate-changing gas such as carbon dioxide, though?
There’s a reason why the Ford F-150 and all other pickup trucks on the market have a high-end counterpart. That reason is—because they sell.
The durability of your car’s or truck’s engine and transmission is of the utmost importance, especially if you use your Blue Oval as a business vehicle. However, where are you when you’re racking up all those thousands of miles? That’s right – inside the vehicle.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas, Nevada is like a Christmas holiday for car and truck fans.
Yes, I built a $62,530 truck. It’s not difficult to get a truck in the $50,000 plus range. That’s why the number one luxury vehicle on sale in the country is the Ford F-150.