• Aug 21, 2010

Woodward 2010 – Click above for the high-res image gallery

Ford always comes strong at the Woodward Dream Cruise, and this year the corner of 9 Mile and Woodward is a packed as ever. And of the dozens and dozens of vehicles on display, most every model was of the Mustang variety. Ford brought along plenty of GTs and GT500s, along with a few spanking new examples of the 2012 Boss Mustang Then of course there are the many legacy Mustangs of decades past, supplied by Ford, its employees and, we're presuming, a few Mustang fan clubs.

But while the Mustang is the heart of The Blue Oval's Woodward lineup, Ford brought along some of its newer models to show off, as well. On hand were the 2011 Edge Flex Titanium and the recently unveiled 2011 Explorer. Small cars were also on display, with a stickered-up Fiesta and a pair of totally hot lime green samples of the Focus RS. Jump into the gallery below to enjoy the view of Ford Motor Company at the 2010 Woodward Dream Cruise.



Photos Copyright ©2010 Steven J. Ewing and Chris Shunk / AOL


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      • 4 Years Ago
      All I see is a bunch of Mustangs, no trucks or concept trucks that might replace the Ranger.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Where is the GM stand (or was there one in the first place)?
      • 4 Years Ago
      Ford took RS there to make fun of US fans...
      • 4 Years Ago
      GM had three seperate areas this year. GM setup Chevrolet at the split of old and new Woodward in Birmingham (right next to Jeep). Buick and GMC were at Athens Coney Island along Woodward. GM Powertrain and Performance (GM's best exhibit full of old and new GM engines and GMPD vehicles like the CTS-V) was setup across Woodward from Chrysler's big display

      Ford used to setup in downtown Birmingham then moved to Ferndale two years ago instead (Birmingham was much better of the two). As for Ford,, their exhibit is much smaller than it was in years past and they display mostly new products now instead of Ford classics and concepts, which I miss.

      The BOSS Mustang is cool in person, except for the Laguna Seca which no matter how fast it is would not be able to outrun it's ugly paint scheme. Next to the Explorer the Edge and Flex look horrendous as well. I have a feeling the Explorer will catch on in a big way and that will be the death of the other two, as it should be.
      • 4 Years Ago
      That Flex doesn't look that bad...
        • 4 Years Ago
        If you like that "I drive my coffin on wheels just in case" look.