If you ask us, it still needs to evolve from the whale-esque appearance.
Auto Shows: Los Angeles Auto Show
The LA Auto Show is an annual auto show held at the Los Angeles Convention Center in late November or early December.
The Lincoln MKT doesn’t look like a humpback whale anymore, it looks more like a baleen whale.
Read on to see how Ford continuously perfects the Everyday Man’s performance car.
With the new Escape, Ford’s globalization of its product portfolio is one step closer to being complete. For those wondering about its name, the vehicle will continue to don the Kuge nameplate outside North America.
650 horsepower and 600 lbs.-ft. of torque. From the factory. Pause and think about it.
While this most likely won’t be an upgrade of 2011 proportions, it will still be an important milestone to keep the Mustang competitive — as well as top-of-mind.
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Ford will have some compelling front-wheel drive fire power at the upcoming L.A. Auto Show.
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