Ford Mode Pro: Ford's Latest Concept Has Two Wheels

Ford announced a brand new concept vehicle at Mobile World Congress this week, but it will never do 0-100km/h, nor will it ever see a drop of fossil fuel. It’s a smart bicycle designed for the megacities of the future. Meet the Ford Mode:Pro.

The 2016 Ford Focus RS Looks Amazing In This Top Gear-Style Teaser

I love a hot hatch. Whenever we do one of our car challenges at Gizmodo Australia, I always walk away with a hot hatch or two. One of the best hot hatches of the last decade is about to get an incredible sounding sequel. This is a teaser for the new 2016 Ford Focus RS.

All The High-Tech Cars, Concepts And In-Car Gadgets From CES 2015 And The Detroit Motor Show

CES 2015 is over, the 2015 Detroit Motor Show is done and dusted, and we now know what the next year has in store for us in the world of motoring. There are some really cool things going on, and we’ve rounded them all up into one place. Here’s your scoop on 2015′s high-tech cars.

Ford GT Is Back As An EcoBoost-Powered Turbo V6 Supercar

The Ford GT is a special car. A special car from a special era of motoring. Now in 2015, Ford is hoping to rekindle the magic with the new Ford GT, which manages to push Ford’s EcoBoost technology to the limit.

Ford SYNC 3: Australian Hands-On

Ford’s SYNC2 in-car entertainment platform is still new, shiny and excellent, but that’s not stopping the car maker debuting an entirely new version of the SYNC platform at CES this year. We went behind the wheel with the new SYNC3 system to check it out, and it’s better than ever.

Ford Helps The LAPD Track Cop Cars In Real-Time

Pull up a chair, good citizen, because I’ve got a story about law enforcement and surveillance that you’re actually going to like. The Los Angeles Police Department is now using a new telematics system in 50 of its Ford Police Interceptors. In other words, the watchmen are being watched — in real-time.

Ford's Adding Another Self-Driving Feature To Its Cars Next Year

There’s a lot of debate over when — and whether — self-driving cars will hit the road. Elon Musk says six years. Volvo says three. However, some of the features of self-driving cars are already in action. And with Ford’s announcement that its sedans will sport pedestrian detection technology starting next year, there are about to be a lot more cars sporting autonomous tech.

Ford Sync AppLink Brings Safe Driving And Your Smartphone Together

A big problem with drivers on the road in Australia, at least in my own anecdotal experience, is everyone sneakily looking down at their smartphones when they’re driving and tapping away. They’re usually changing tracks on Spotify, choosing new podcasts, or checking the quickest directions to their lunchtime date. If you buy a new Ford, though, some of your (iOS and Android) smartphone apps will work with steering wheel controls, and let you keep your eyes on the road.

The Ford 24.7 Concept Car Predicted Apps Years Before Smartphones

Take a look at that dashboard: It’s clearly presenting the driver with a selection of apps, each with a simple, readable icon. This isn’t some 2015 future-mobile, though. It’s the Ford 24.7 concept, a design exercise from January 2000 — seven years before the world came to know the concept of “apps”.

Ford's Smart And Safe MyKey Is Coming To More Cars In 2015

Ford is making it easier for you to make your car safer when you lend it out to your P-plater teenage child for the night. The car maker’s smart MyKey system has been tweaked and improved after a local survey of teenage drivers and their parents, adding more features and more adjustability into an already useful safety setup.

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