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Criminal masterminds right here, man.

Ford started shipping their all-new 2017 F-150 Raptor to customers in China.

In an effort to curb a road rage incident and protect his young family, a man in Ocala, FL, backed his lifted F-150 up on to the hood of a Toyota Camry.

In an incident that must make him the unluckiest man alive, a California man had two cars mangled by two trees during a storm in Sacramento last week.

Ford will return to the Baja 1000 with the 2017 Raptor.

Everything is bigger in Texas, including truck sales.

Intense footage of what happens immediately after a car crash.

Ford offers a closer look at the tires featured on the 2017 F-150 Raptor. The tires, BFGoodrich all-terrain T/A KO2s.

2017 Ford F-150 Raptor off roading in the desert. This is the first video in a 6 video series that the blue oval plans to roll out over the course of the next six months, no doubt leading up to the fall sales date. Ford took the pickup to the Mojave desert for these videos.

The 2016 Ford F-150 Special Service Vehicle further adds to the Blue Oval's police vehicle lineup by offering the authorities a pickup for their hard work. Any fleet customers can also order the truck and customize to their needs.

Blue Oval Chief Says Best-Selling Truck's Electrification Is Key To Getting Greener

Fields acknowledges recent stall in US hybrid-sales growth.

In 2014, one out of every three vehicles Ford sold in the U.S. was an F-Series pickup

Ford is using aluminum almost exclusively in body of the 2015 version of its best-selling F-150 pickup, which starts arriving at dealerships next month.

The possibility of $1-a-gallon fuel would make a lot of US governmental entities sit up and take notice. The state of Oklahoma and the city of Dallas are making that happen. Those two entities are buying up a bunch of Ford F-150 pickups retrofitted to run on compressed natural gas (CNG), all in the name of cost savings and emissions reduction.

When the best-selling US truck sheds the equivalent weight of three football fullbacks by shifting to aluminum, folks start paying attention. Oak Ridge National Laboratory took a closer look at whether the reduced fuel consumption from a lighter aluminum body makes up for the fact that producing aluminum is far more energy intensive than steel. And the results of the study are pretty encouraging.

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