Sep 7, 2020

Mustang Mach-E to come with Ford’s next-gen tech

Ford showcases its latest communication tech, Ford Sync version 4, to be integrated into its forthcoming electric vehicle, the Mustang Mach-E.

Jun 22, 2020

President Ramaphosa salutes Amazon for jobs creation in SA

The president says the economy is in the throes of the anticipated fallout from the global crisis and therefore Amazon’s recruitment drive is welcome.

Jun 10, 2020

Ford extends online self-service system to SA

The vehicle manufacturer expands its chatbot-like Web application to SA, to provide an online knowledge base tool for customers.

Mar 13, 2020

Ford invites gamers to design virtual race car

The auto manufacturer calls on gamers to help it design a new virtual race car for its e-sports team, Team Fordzilla – P1.

Jan 17, 2020

The decade of the electric car

In 1910, nearly 40% of vehicles on US roads were battery-powered. In 2020, they’re making a comeback.

Jan 3, 2020

Ford unveils prototype smart window for blind passengers

Feel The View takes pictures that are turned into high-contrast monochrome images and enables blind or partially-sighted people to visualise scenery through touch.


Ramaphosa unveils R3.6bn Automotive Hub in Tshwane

The hub is expected to create opportunities for vehicle component manufacturers as well as 6 700 jobs.

May 16, 2019

Consumers warm up to self-driving vehicles

People believe the biggest benefit of using a self-driving vehicle is having more free time to focus on other things, according to a Ford survey.


Self-driving car industry needs standards and security

European car industry executives believe automakers need clear guidelines for safeguarding driver information and privacy to make self-driving cars a success.

Nov 7, 2018

Ford tests tech to keep cars moving

The motoring manufacturer is trialling technology in connected cars that see them slow down and speed up at appropriate times, to avoid stopping altogether.


Race is on for autonomous vehicle patents

Competitors drive neck-to-neck to acquire patents necessary for connected and autonomous cars.

Sep 28, 2018

Ford wants to help ambulances get to victims faster

The motoring company tests technology in Germany that will see drivers being alerted to accidents ahead so they can make way for emergency responders.

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