According to reports from Ward’s Auto, Ford and Toyota have already started work on a collaboration to build a hybrid version of the popular F-150 pickup truck. Ford and Toyota share the drawing board The Ford, Toyota collaboration could give GM a run for its money, should the Silverado 1500 Hybrid pickup continue on to Read on! →

Few people would confuse a Ford F-150 pickup truck with a Ferrari. But Ford sued Ferrari for trademark infringement when the exotic car maker named its latest Formula 1 race car the F150. Ferrari dismissed Ford’s lawsuit at first but eventually compromised by tweaking the name. Ford sues to protect the F-150 brand When Ferrari Read on! →

A tragic fire that killed two children in Austin, Texas is being blamed on a recalled part in a Ford F150 pickup. There may be over a million more affected vehicles on the road. Two boys killed Two boys, ages seven and five, were sleeping in a garage, converted into their bedroom, when the fire Read on! →

Ford Motor Company announced Monday that it will be recalling 1.1 million pickups, including the F150, its most popular model in the U.S. The recall concerns corrosion of the fuel tank straps. If the fuel tank falls, there is a risk of fire. Investigation by auto safety regulator The recall comes following a 2010 investigation Read on! →

Sunday’s General Motors’ Super Bowl ad for the Chevrolet Silverado, set amidst the backdrop of the 2012 Mayan apocalypse, claims that a Ford F-150 owner didn’t make it to safety because of his choice of vehicle. Ford, which isn’t buying into GM’s Mayan calendar jockeying, has demanded that the ad be removed from circulation, reports Read on! →

The push for shiny new gas-saving technology has brought Ford Motor Co. to the brink of embracing lucky number 13. That’s atomic number 13, and the element is the aluminum. According to the Detroit Free Press, Ford will make “extensive use” of weight-saving aluminum panels to replace the standard steel panels used in Ford F-150 Read on! →

The Ford Motor Company has announced a recall of more than 140,000 F-15o trucks because of an airbag defect in the 2004 and 2005 F-150 models. This is the second recall of the most popular vehicle in the United States in the past six weeks. The newest recall concerns faulty wires that can cause the Read on! →