Friday, 25 September 2015
Rolls Royce had its best Goodwood Revival ever, with more visitors and invited guests than ever before.
Secretary of State for Transport Patrick McLoughlin statement on Volkswagen and vehicle emission testing.
Land Rover Discovery scoops yet more glory at the The Caravan Club’s Towcar of the Year 2015 Awards.
Ford guarantees the future of it's Bridgend Engine Facility, Wales, with a £181 Million Investment for new engines.
|Plant Opened||May 1980|
|Number of Employees||1,860|
|2014 production||701,392 total|
|Plant size||141,702 sq m on 60 acres|
|Plant manager||Ian Pearson|
USA - America's work truck, re-invented - The All-New Super Duty from Ford is the toughest model yet.
The backbone is an all-new, fully boxed frame comprised of more than 95 percent high-strength steel that offers up to 24 times stiffer than the previous frame – enabling the most towing and hauling capability ever delivered by Super Duty. The new truck line features heavier-duty four-wheel-drive components, driveline, axles and towing hardware.
Towing is core to the Super Duty mission. All-new advanced coaching and camera technology makes conventional and gooseneck/fifth-wheel towing easier and more efficient than ever.
Light-weighting and improved capability work hand-in-hand in the all-new Ford F-Series Super Duty.
Interior and cargo box
All three cabs – Regular Cab, SuperCab and Crew Cab – are longer and feature a new interior design, including dual compartment glove box, overhead console-mounted auxiliary switches to operate aftermarket equipment, and completely flat SuperCab and Crew Cab second-row floors that make loading large items in the cab easy. Vital controls are close at hand, with the integrated trailer brake controller switch located even closer to the driver.