#Throwback to 2000 when Ford introduced the 24/7 concept car. A decade ahead of its time, it introduced the use of apps before smartphones became commonplace. Its touchscreen dashboard had a series of icons that allowed easy access to phone contacts, the internet, and a navigation system that could be used through voice recognition technology.
How interesting is that?
Posted On:11 May 2017 11:00 AM
#Throwback to 1956 when Ford developed its Lifeguard System. Designed to reduce occupant injuries, the 5-part system included the first safety belts, improved safety door latches, padded instrument panel, sun visors and an energy-absorbing steering wheel that slowly gave way under impact.
#ThrowbackThursday #SafetyAPriority #Throwback#ThrowbackThursday#SafetyAPriority
Posted On:04 May 2017 11:00 AM
#DidYouKnow? Henry Ford called the Model T “the universal car” as it could travel on any kind of road and was also easy to maintain.
Posted On:27 Apr 2017 11:02 AM
#DidYouKnow? The 2013 Ford Mustang GT, which starred in the blockbuster movie “Need for Speed”, was auctioned for charity by Ford Motor Company for $300,000!
Posted On:06 Apr 2017 11:39 AM
Sun in the eyes, royalty on the sides and the best roads to drive. This #RajasthanDay, let's revisit the good times when Ford Aspire took over Udaipur city. #ThrowbackThursday #RajasthanDay#ThrowbackThursday
Posted On:30 Mar 2017 1:33 PM
#DidYouKnow? Introduced in 2013, the 1.0L Ford EcoBoost engine created history by bagging consecutive International Engine of the Year Awards .#ThrowbackThursday #DidYouKnow#ThrowbackThursday
Posted On:23 Mar 2017 11:05 AM
#Throwback to 2015 when we inaugurated the Sanand plant in Gujarat, strengthening our Make in India commitment. #ThrowbackThursday #Throwback#ThrowbackThursday
Posted On:16 Mar 2017 11:00 AM
The first-generation Mustang was a worldwide sensation. An original design America couldn’t get enough of. It established the classic long nose, tight cabin and an aggressive stance, which has become Mustang’s signature look. #ThrowbackThursday #ThrowbackThursday
Posted On:09 Mar 2017 12:44 PM
#DidYouKnow? In 1914, Ford doubled daily wages of its factory workers while reducing their working hours. An estimate of 10,000 people lined up the next day for employment!