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After years of development and painstaking, life-defining engineering battles, Ford has debuted a new Edge. It, uh, looks like a car.
I'm among the first group of journalists to drive the 2015 Lincoln MKC— a little SUV FoMoCo hopes will propel their brand into a new era of coolness. I'm going to give it as much hell as the handlers let me... but what should I be looking out for in particular?
Ford, the company that defined the crossover utility vehicle segment, today introduced new automated driving technologies in the Ford Edge Concept. The technologies include a push-button and remote-operated parking feature customers could use from either inside or outside the vehicle.
The Ford Edge has always been a perfectly competent crossover SUV, but it's never been terribly exciting. But the Ford Edge Concept that just debuted at the LA Auto Show aims to spice things up with a sharper design and the automated driving technology of the future, today.
Ford recently made a presentation to show its product plans for the next few years. They fastidiously blacked out every single new car that's coming down the pipeline to keep prying eyes from getting a glance. But it seems like the man in charge forgot one, because this is a little picture of the brand new Ford Edge.…
MotorTrend found a lighter jellybean with a smaller engine is faster than a heavier jellybean with a larger engine. [MotorTrend]
Take the 2011 Lincoln MKX's upgrades: 3.7-liter V6, MyFord Touch and button-free interior. Now restyle it. That's the 2011 Ford Edge. The one noteworthy difference is it'll serve as the first application for new 2.0-liter Ecoboost. The rest? Eh.
We have no idea who staged this, or what possible context exists for this to make sense, but we do know these people, well, they like to live on the Edge-uh.
We just saw Quantum of Solace this weekend. While most might get all googly-eyed at the Aston Martin DBS, gushing over it's sleek sexiness even after it's taken into a wall of a quarry, we took something else away from the new Bond flick. We noticed a Black Ford Edge (with odd hydrogen power stickering) playing the…
While we already saw, the 2009 Ford Edge Sport press shots when the embargo let go, we wondered down to find the newly retrimmed Ford just hanging out for all to see. In the flesh, the Edge Sport works pretty well from a design perspective. Looks like the Edge should have been designed this way in the first place…
If you've been holding off on a brand new Ford Edge because the styling just wasn't sporty enough, have we got good news for you. Tonight at a press event in Dearborn, Ford took the wraps from it's latest trim level of the well received crossover, the 2009 Ford Edge Sport. Featuring some nice design details like…
The Ford Edge, probably the best implementation of the gillette-Daveness, is saying hi to Brazil later this year. It's not a bad strategy for Ford as the company has seen an increase of 20.7% in sales there last year and in the American market the Edge has been one of fewer and fewer hits for the company. The Edge…
That's a screen capture from a commercial that apparently aired last night in Northeast Ohio. Who knew the Edge was so fast? And who knew the "class" they speak of wasn't Car-UV's but rather Supercar-UV's? [ via Stephen Foskett, Pack Rat]