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Don't get cocky, kid.

The hottest of Ford hatches may have a special drifty mode, but this video reminds us that it won't make you a Formula D star.

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This year marks the first time CUVs, SUVs, and minivans will compete for their own award.

There are some absurd entries in this year's competition – Rolls-Royce Dawn, anyone? – but plenty of mainstream metal. Finalists will be announced December 6.

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It's just one of six modes on the upcoming mega-truck.

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There have been over 150 complaints from owners of the 2011 to 2015 Explorer.

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The city attorney in Grosse Pointe Farms, MI, won't be filing charges against Henry Ford's 67-year-old great-grandson.

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The F-150 and Explorer represent the bulk of the recalled vehicles. The Focus Electric and Transit Connect account for over 900 and 600 vehicles each.

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With a prominent "3.0" listed on the emissions calibration sticker, we now know that Ford's long-awaited diesel F-150 will use a 3.0-liter engine.

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This 1977 Ford Mustang Ghia has Pinto power and California-style rust.

Once OPEC shut off the oil taps and gas lines spread across America, a Mustang-ized Pinto seemed to make sense.

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Expect new front and rear styling for the mid-cycle update on Ford's best-selling vehicle.

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Ford's kickin' it old school, commemorating its 1-2-3 finish at the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans.

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Even with its 550-hp, supercharged V8, this GT is limited to five miles per hour.

Loaded down with designs that didn't make production and parts from other Ford vehicles, this GT is a rare, expensive, and lovely statue.

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The Malaise Era started in 1973 and dragged on through 1983. Which year was worst?

Giant, hideous crash bumpers, engines that made 25 horsepower per liter, and velour. Lots of velour. 1973 through 1983, which year was the Malaise nadir?

Complete list of winners in every model segment announced.

Strategic Vision's Total Quality Impact awards go to vehicles based on survey responses while also focusing on the intangible aspects of vehicle ownership.

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804 horsepower, zero to 60 in 3.1 seconds, and 208 mph. This is one crazy 'Stang.

With over 800 horsepower on tap, this is one of the baddest Mustangs of all time.

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The twin hood vents are the main evidence that we're looking at the RS500.

A lighter, harder Focus RS500 would be a departure from its predecessor, which went for higher output from its turbocharged five-cylinder engine.

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The starting bid – $250,000 – is as lofty as this Group B-derived Ford RS200 road car's performance.

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There are only tiny hints in these spy photos about this car's hotter nature.

If Ford is really prepping a next-generation Fiesta ST, its first prototypes is as low-key as possible.

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Forum post shows transmission in dealer system.

A Mustang web forum offers further evidence to the speculated spread of Ford's 10-speed automatic to the Blue Oval's pony car.

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P/1046 was the first in a line of Ford GT40s to beat Ferrari at the iconic endurance race.

20 months of work, 4,000 man hours, and thousands of historical images went into the restoration of this Le Mans-winning legend.

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These new Forever stamps will, uh, help haul the mail.

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Few things are as infuriating as someone driving slow in the fast lane.

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