Ford eNews - Oct. 3, 2012
DEARBORN, MI--Oct. 3, 2012:
EcoBoost is a breakthrough for Ford
Ford's innovative 1.0-liter EcoBoost® engine has been honored with a Breakthrough Award from Popular Mechanics. This three-cylinder EcoBoost engine is one of 10 new items including a camera and 3D printer the magazine chose as technology products that matter most. Available now in Europe in the Focus, the engine will soon be offered globally.
Fusion Hybrid Titanium blends fuel efficiency with premium amenities
Ford's new Fusion Hybrid, the most fuel-efficient sedan in America, raises the bar on luxury and technology with the debut of the 2013 Titanium edition. The new model will be sold alongside the Fusion Hybrid SE. The Titanium edition was developed in response to customer demand for a higher level of luxury in a hybrid vehicle.
Pulp function: Ford and Weyerhaeuser collaborate
Cellulose joins the growing list of sustainable materials originating from unlikely sources that could soon be used in Ford vehicle components and help further reduce the automaker's reliance on traditional content such as fiberglass and petroleum. The Ford biomaterials team has been working with forest products leader Weyerhaeuser to further the research.
Ford Warriors in Pink debuts survivor documentary
Warriors in Pink®, the Ford Motor Company program that raises awareness and funds in the fight against breast cancer, reveals its first-ever documentary with hopes to create a powerful and inspiring resource to all who have been touched by the disease.
Ford reaffirms Texas ties with 2013 F-150 King Ranch
Texas is the nation's largest truck market, and Ford has longstanding ties to King Ranch -- a Texas institution. To celebrate another year in this successful relationship, the 2013 F-150 King Ranch has made its debut at the 2012 State Fair of Texas.
With best-in-class capability and sales leadership, F-150 owns work
Ford F-150 is the market sales leader across a variety of commercial, industrial and municipal vocations. To tell this story, Ford has extended its "We Own Work" campaign across the F-Series lineup, inviting social engagement by providing an online forum for hard-working, hard-playing F-150 owners to share their pickup truck stories.