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The Henry Ford Company – or Ford – was founded in 1903 and is today the second largest car US-based car manufacturer. With subsidiary companies operating around the world, it is also the sixth biggest car firm in the world. In the US, the Ford group also owns Lincoln – a luxury car producer. Globally, the group owns or part-owns businesses like Jiangling Motors, Ford Otosan and Ford Lio Ho, all of which give Ford a presence in countries such as China, Thailand and Turkey among others.

Ford initially began producing a small number of vehicles from its headquarters in Detroit, Michigan. But through the invention and adoption of the assembly line by its founder Henry Ford, the company soon began mass producing vehicles. The Model T was the first mass produced vehicle anywhere in the world and revolutionised the car manufacturing industry.

Ford – pronounced fawd – still produces many of the world’s most popular models today. Having developed a well-earned reputation for a range of practical and stylish models, many of Ford’s models also boast powerful and well-engineered engines.

And it’s thanks to its continuing manufacturing excellence that Ford has earned a global reputation as an award-winning marque. Among its wide range of manufacturer and model awards, Ford’s all-electric version of the best-selling F-150 Lightning truck was ranked by Time as one of 2022’s greatest inventions. Ford was also named the ‘Most Innovative Volume Brand 2023’ reflecting its commitment to pushing the boundaries of automotive manufacturing. Many of its models are multi-award-winning vehicles, such as the 2013 Ford Fiesta ST, which had won a total of 22 awards by 2014.

Having developed its reputation as one of the foremost manufacturers of petrol and diesel models, Ford has also launched a range of all-electric and hybrid engines. Its very first hybrid car was the compact crossover plug-in hybrid, the Ford Escape, which was first released in 2004. Ford’s first all-electric model was the Ford Ranger EV.

Since these initial releases, Ford has continued to add hybrid and electric engines to its range, culminating in the launch of the Ford Mustang Mach-E, which can travel up to 372 miles on a single electric charge.

Ford popular models

Ford has launched numerous models over the years that have become popular mainstays within the UK market.

One of Ford’s longest-serving models is the Ford Fiesta, which was first released in 1976. It was in production for 47 years until it was discontinued in 2023. Over seven generations, the Ford Fiesta’s selection of powerful and efficient engines, distinctive style and great value helped it become one of the best-selling models in the world, with over 22 million units sold. Among its wide selection of awards, it was named Carbuyer’s Used Car of the Year in 2022 and Fleet News Award’s Best Small Car in 2019.

The compact Ford Focus is another mainstay of the brand’s vehicle range, evolving over four generations since its release in 1998. Its family-friendly design and practicality saw it win What Car?’s Best Family Car to Drive in 2021.

The Ford Kuga is one of the brand’s newest SUVs and boasts many of Ford’s newest and most efficient hybrid and electric engines. It won ‘Mid-Size SUV of the Year’ at Auto Express’ 2020 awards and ‘Medium Crossover of the Year’ at the UK Car of the Year awards in 2021.

The sporty Ford Puma is an athletic crossover SUV that balances great style with excellent engine performance, thanks to its mild hybrid engines. Sitting at the top-end of Ford’s SUV range, this model won What Car?’s ‘Small Sports Utility Vehicle of the Year’ three years in a row between 2022 and 2019.

The Ford EcoSport is another practical and stylish SUV. It’s an entry-level SUV and is well suited to families and those travelling long distances thanks to its good value and storage spaces.

Ford is known for its innovation, with these models being among the first to include technology such as turn signals on windshields, power steering and brakes. The EcoBoost engine is another notable innovation of Ford. This is a direct-injection, turbocharged petrol engine that outputs more power and improves efficiency compared to other engines by cutting out the tract part of the fuel injection process.

Ford frequently asked questions

Who owns Ford?

Ford was founded in 1903 by Henry Ford. While voting rights and control of the company remains with the family – the Executive Chairman of Ford is William Clay Ford Junior – as minority owners, the majority of shares in the company are owned by non-family shareholders.

Where is Ford from?

Ford was first founded in Dearborn, Michigan where much of its production remains today.

Where are Ford cars made?

Ford owns factories and production lines around the world, meaning its cars can be made anywhere from the US to China to Thailand. Its largest production factory in the world is found in Dearborn.

Who owns Ford Motor Company?

Ford became a Public company in 1956 so is owned by shareholders. While the Ford family controls voting rights and 40% of shares within the Ford Motor Company, most of the shares of the Ford Motor Company are owned by non-family shareholders.

What did Henry Ford invent?

Henry Ford’s invention of the production line meant the Ford Motor Company was able to produce more cars at a faster pace. This invention made the Model T the first mass produced car anywhere in the world.

Where was Ford founded?

Ford was founded in Dearborn, Michigan where Ford’s largest production factory and headquarters remains today.

How much is a Ford service?

There’s no set price for a Ford service. The costs vary depending on what type of work might be required. Please contact your nearest Ford Arnold Clark branch to find out the best servicing option available.

What does ST stand for Ford?

ST stands for Sports Technologies and reflects the sporty origins of the Ford company. The ST and ST-Line are also sports-orientated trims offered on models like Ford Fiesta, Mondeo and Kuga.

What does RS stand for Ford?

When featured on a Ford model, RS stands for Rallye Sport, harking back to a time when Ford models were leading the way in the rally car racing

What is Ford Vignale?

The Vignale range is a premium trim added to a range of different Ford models, including the Mondeo and Focus. Some of its additions include hand-stitched leather upholstery, heating functionality on the steering wheel and seats and signature styling across the exterior.

What is Ford MyKey?

Ford MyKey allows you to programme drive settings into a digital key, helping you decide which aspects of your Ford model are unlocked depending on who is driving your car. This key allows you to set speed limits, audio system limits and traction controls among other features.

What is Ford EcoBoost?

The Ford EcoBoost engine is a turbocharged, direct-injection engine that produces more power and has greater engine efficiency than other turbocharged engines, while also coming in a smaller physical size.

What is Ford Sync?

Ford SYNC is the brand’s signature in-car infotainment system. It connects you to your smartphone through phone mirroring and comes with sat nav, weather traffic and more. There are different versions of Ford SYNC, beginning with the entry-level Ford SYNC 1, which provides Bluetooth connectivity. Ford SYNC 2 adds voice controls, while Ford SYNC 3 provides even deeper integration between you and your car through even more responsive voice controls and a smarter information system.

How to update Ford Sync?

With your vehicle running, plug in the USB drive that contains the latest SYNC software update into the USB port. Next, navigate to the phone menu on the touchscreen and access either the SYNC-Settings or the Advanced sub-menu. You can then press Install on SYNC or Install Application to begin the update.

What is Ford SYNC 3?

Ford SYNC 3 allows you to control and access your Ford model’s infotainment features and settings through adaptive voice controls that can learn and detect your accent. Simply by saying a word or command you can change ambient lighting and music among other features.

How to update Ford Sync 3?

Ford SYNC 3 can update through an over-the-air Wi-Fi update. To begin the update, turn on the SYNC 3 system while connected to a trustworthy Wi-Fi network. Navigate to the Settings screen, then the General sub-menu and then the General Settings option. You can then enable automatic system updates.

Which Ford cars use AdBlue?

AdBlue is a colourless liquid that Ford uses to reduce the emissions of its diesel engines. It is available on all new diesel engines sold by Ford.

What is MHEV Ford?

MHEV stands for Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicle. When found on a car, this means a conventional motor is being supported by an electric battery that absorbs and redistributes lost energy to other parts of the car, helping reduce emissions.

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