Ford Is About to Abandon American Sedans
May 1, 2018
  • Cars will be just 10% of its North American portfolio by 2020
  • Wall Street cheers CEO Hackett’s ‘bold and decisive action’

The Model T, the ’32 deuce coupe, the Thunderbird, the Mustang: For much of its 115-year history, Ford Motor Continue reading

Roads to nowhere: how infrastructure built on American inequality
February 25, 2018

From highways carved through thriving ghettoes to walls segregating black and white neighbourhoods, US city development has a long and divisive history

Its a little after 3pm in Detroits 8 Mile neighbourhood, and the cicadas are buzzing loudly in Continue reading

Ford Says Farewell to Mass-Market Cars
February 16, 2018

Ford Motor Co., the 114-year-old automaker that put the world on wheels, is turning away from its original mission of selling sedans to the masses.

The company responsible for launching the modern carmaking era with Henry Ford’s assembly line Continue reading