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Ford sales in China up 21% in 2012, 43% in Dec. alone

Ford went into the Beijing Motor Show last year talking big about its "15 by 15" plan for China – introducing 15 new models to the market by 2015, doubling production capacity and its dealership network. Its stand at the show showcased four new vehicles – the Jonathon Ramsey

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Ford Europe goes further with American vehicles

Just weeks before the Paris Motor Show, Ford Motor Co. has taken the wraps off of much of its new lineup for Europe in an effort to shore up its efforts for European dealers. The webcast press conference from Amsterdam ended with the official announcement that the Dearborn, Michigan-based car maker will officially make the Mustang available for Autobahn runs a

Report: Ford to introduce Escape/Kuga concept in Detroit

Ford Kuga – Click above for high-res image gallery

Rendered Speculation: Ford Kuga crossover to get rakish coupe counterpart?

Could CUV coupes (coupe-UVs?) be the next big thing? BMW and Acura have both introduced fastback crossovers, and AutoExpress has tossed up some renderings of a super-sharp Ford Kuga that could do battle in this new arena. While the styling on the Dan Roth

Local TV reports Ford Kuga to be made in Louisville

When Ford began laying out its plan to build European product over here, Ford's Louisville assembly plant was tipped to build the Euro Focus. But according to sources who spoke to Louisville's NBC affiliate Wave3, the plant will actually be getting the Ford Kuga. It's a coup for the plant's roughly 3,000 employees, who currently build the slow-selling Explorer and its siblings, to now have an undeniably anticipate

Ford of Europe may design next all-new Mercury

Ford has promised that the Mercury brand will live on in a way that sets the marque apart from it's Blue Oval-badged siblings. Many Autoblog readers have commented that Ford should utilize its European models to meet this end, and all indications are that you were right on. Ford has said that the next all-new Mercury would Chris Shunk

Ford to bring six fuel-efficient European models stateside

Are you an American that has been lusting for some European vehicle models lately? Because of the traditionally high fuel prices in Europe, cars there are traditionally more compact and sip less fuel than their American counterparts (the BMW M3 is another story, though). Some of these models belong to American automakers Ford and GM. We already know some European GM models are sold stateside, but what about Ford?

C-Max and Kuga may follow Euro Focus to the U.S.

Click above for a high-res gallery of the Ford Kuga

Geneva 2008: Ford Kuga gets a price tag

Ford introduced us to the Ford Kuga diesel crossover the other day and now has let us know what this 37 mpg (U.S.)/ 169 grams of CO2 per km vehicle will cost: £20,495 for the Zetec trim and £22,495 for the Titanium. The diff

Geneva 2008: Ford Kuga set to attack Europe

click above for a high-res gallery of the Ford Kuga

Mazdaspeed MX-5 coming mid-2008, Kabura still in the works

The folks who bring us all the News from the Automotive world supplied Autoweek, their sister publication, details on what is to become of the Mazda lineup over the next three years. Most of it is predictable enough, including the new Mazda6, due to be unveiled in Frankfurt, the refresh of the Mazda3 and the possibility of bringing the Mazda2 Stateside at the turn of the decade.

Frankfurt Preview: Kuga CUV to be Ford's first Euro hybrid

Ford will be unveiling a new mid-sized crossover for the European market with styling based on last year's Iosis-X concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. The Kuga gets the full kinetic design treatment that debuted on the current Mondeo. While the US has had the Escape hybrid for a couple of years now, Automotive News is reporting that the Kuga will be Ford's first hybrid for the European ma

Dj vu all over again: Euro-infused Fords are coming, new Focus by 2011

We've known that after Mulally was appointed Grand Poo-bah of FoMoCo, one of the first items on his to-do list was to commonize the automaker's lineup in Europe and America in an effort to cut production costs. The cry from those of us in the States, deriding Ford's execs for depriving us of the automaker's European offerings has been far and wide, and according to Automotive News, the movement is underfoot. Let the breath holding begin.