Whether you’re unplugging electronics when not in use, using canvas bags instead of plastic or collecting rain water, Ford wants to know what changes consumers are making to better the environment. It’s all part of Ford’s new “Take Charge” contest on its Electrified Vehicle Facebook page, which runs through mid-April.
Ford’s new pick-up truck, the 2011 F-150 with EcoBoost engine, is said to offer more power, and more powerful savings at the pump.
The federal government is proposing a huge increase in fleet fuel economy for cars and trucks sold in the U.S.
The Obama administration is signaling new cars and trucks could be required to reach an average of 62 miles per gallon by 2025. The government on Friday is laying out possible ranges of fuel efficiency […]
The Obama administration is close to saying what sort of gas mileage it envisions for cars of the future. Environmentalists are pushing for an average of at least 60 miles per gallon for new vehicles […]
SUVs have a rap as ecological disasters. Ford Motor Co. said its new Ford Explorer is a greener shade of SUV, using more recycled and renewable materials, as well as improved fuel efficiency over its […]