By on December 11, 2017

Ford badge emblem logo

While General Motors has become progressively more brazen in outlining its plans for the future, Ford has kept its cards a bit closer to the chest. We do know both companies have similar long-term goals, but Ford has been (rather wisely) preoccupied, adjusting its fleet to meet global demand and ensuring production flexibilities that should prevent it from being caught off guard by an industry turnaround.

It’s interesting because, a little over a year ago, former Ford CEO Mark Fields was promising a complete evolution of the automaker into something called “a mobility company.” However, it now looks as if GM is the firm making a beeline toward alternative revenue streams and a new business model, while Ford takes a more measured approach.  (Read More…)

Recent Comments

  • EBFlex: “Omicron is more contagious. you should read about it.” Yeah and consists of the sniffles and a...
  • dal20402: Those are the classic Mercedes gauge faces, essentially unchanged (except for a subtle change from a...
  • dal20402: The only good thing about the CLK was the retro-look wheels on the 320, which this car wouldn’t have...
  • Tim Healey: Well, I am a Chicagoan, so close enough! In all seriousness, VerticalScope’s U.S.-based employees...
  • MitchConner: Had conversations during the summer of 15 for a program that would of dropped with annual earnings end...

New Car Research

Get a Free Dealer Quote

Who We Are

  • Adam Tonge
  • Bozi Tatarevic
  • Corey Lewis
  • Jo Borras
  • Mark Baruth
  • Ronnie Schreiber