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  1. The state-of-the-art SYNC3 system in All-New Fiesta enables you to stay connected and control your phone, music and navigation system, either using intuitive voice commands, or the 8” colour...
  2. Your car should be a place of indulgence, where you can relax with all the comforts you've come to expect in the rest of your life. That's why All-New Ford Fiesta is as seamlessly connected...
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    Video: Ford at The CV Show 2018

    The reveal of the all-new Fiesta Van; enhancements across the Transit range; and new connectivity technologies - our Chairman Andy Barratt explains why we love being at the CV show.
  4. In February, we got a Ford Mustang and gave Ford fans the chance to vote where we should go on a road trip. Over 55% voted for us to go to the Lake District in the north of England and it...
  5. Mental Health is an issue we can't afford to ignore. So many find it difficult to talk about their problems and choose to battle them alone. As one of the UK's biggest employers, we wanted...
  6. Mental Health is an issue we can't afford to ignore. It's one of the biggest killers of young men in the UK*. So many find it difficult to talk about their problems and choose to battle...
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    Video: Best of Mustang | Ford UK

    From 'Line Lock' at Anglesey circuit with a pair of Pistonheaders*, to taking on the Ford Focus RS in a track-based head-to-head, we look back at the highlights of our time with Ford's...
  8. The All-New Fiesta Active. Rugged SUV-inspired styling, and selectable driving modes. Fiesta by name. Active by nature. Find out more about the All-New Fiesta Active here:
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    The All-New 2018 Ford Fiesta ST arrives with the option of a Quaife ATB Differential. Previously only available on selected RS models, this is the first time Quaife’s signature ‘traction enhancer’ has been chosen by the Blue Oval to appear in their iconic ST vehicle line. Quaife is excited to announce that our signature ATB Differential is available in the highly anticipated 2018 Ford Fiesta ST. Previously chosen by Ford as official fitment in all three generations of Focus RS, its inclusion in the Fiesta ST brings the benefits of an LSD to an even greater audience. The Quaife Automatic Torque Biasing Differential is the natural fit for one of the most highly anticipated cars to appear in showrooms this year. Following a long line of award-winning fast Fiestas, the first of which was the legendary XR2 of the 1980’s, the new Fiesta ST is set to shake up the hot hatch market on its launch this spring, aided by the availability of a fully mechanical limited slip differential. The Quaife ATB helps to optimise front-end traction for enhanced cornering ability, in particular delivering more grip on the exit of corners. The mechanical system works to limit distribution of engine torque to a wheel with limited grip, reducing wheelspin, to fully exploit performance potential. Ford Performance engineers have integrated the Quaife ATB to work alongside the Fiesta ST’s enhanced Torque Vectoring Control system. The electronic aid improves road holding and reduces understeer by applying brake force to the inside front wheel when cornering. This, in turn, delivers optimal grip on dry surfaces and smoothness on wet surfaces. Leo Roeks, Ford Performance Director for Europe explains; ‘Performance car drivers will be familiar with the dreaded ‘one-wheel peel’, where a fast corner exit is hampered by an overload of torque to the inside wheel. We’ve fine-tuned the all-new Fiesta ST’s mechanical LSD option to work seamlessly with enhanced Torque Vectoring Control to deliver the best possible natural traction without ‘burning away’ excess torque with brake interventions’. Quaife’s manufacturing hub in Gillingham, Kent has been gearing up for the expected demand for the QDF63Z, the ATB designed specifically for the 2018 Fiesta ST. This production follows on from ATB differentials heading for fitment in Ford’s Focus RS Edition mega hatch. The Quaife ATB Differential Did you know we have over 400 different ATB differential applications? With over 50 years of design and development under our belts, we have designed and manufactured ATB differentials for a wide range of applications, from the smallest go-kart differentials to the largest commercial vehicle and military applications. The Quaife ATB is used around the world to provide better traction and faster cornering.
  10. In 1968, a certain Ford blazed its way onto the silver screen. That car was the Mustang GT fastback. The movie was “Bullitt”. And as a star was born, history was made. Now, a 50th anniversary...
  11. Beaulieu’s Simply Ford will mark the 50th anniversary of Ford Escort with all ages of the favourite model taking pride of place at the event in the grounds of the National Motor Museum on Sunday May 6th Five decades after the first Ford Escort rolled off the production line, scores of enthusiasts will be driving their cherished examples across the New Forest to park up on the Beaulieu Events Arena at the heart of the rally, which will see more than 1,500 Fords join the diverse display. From affordable runabouts, to race and rally-winning giants, the Escort has been many things to many people during its six generation lifespan and is still a real crowd-pleaser today. All incarnations of the Escort are welcome to take part in Simply Ford, from highly modified road-burners to original examples. Rally-goers can see the National Motor Museum’s own 1981 Escort RS1800, the rally car that was successfully campaigned by rallying ace Ari Vatanen and driven to second place in the 1981 RAC Rally. There are even more historic Fords in the museum collection, ranging from the 1914 Model T to the 1986 Sierra RS Cosworth. For more details see the Ford page on the Beaulieu website at This year’s Simply Ford promises to be as unmissable as last year’s event, which attracted 3,000 rally-goers. As many as 39 car clubs and owners groups have already booked, with more than 750 vehicles between them. The event is an opportunity for like-minded enthusiasts to meet up and enjoy a day at one of the south’s leading visitor attractions. Other event highlights will include a strong show of Mondeos, with owners groups including Mondeo Mania, Mondeo ST & ZS Enthusiasts and the Mondeo Mk4 Owners’ Club. Also favourites with Ford fans, look out for examples of the legendary Transit and classic Anglia, as well as performance-orientated machines the Mustang and Focus ST. Throughout the day, rally participants and Beaulieu visitors can vote for their favourite Ford of the show in the People’s Choice Award. The winner will receive a Beaulieu trophy. For those driving Fords into Beaulieu to take part in the show, participant tickets are £10 an adult, £5 a child (aged 5-16) if bought in advance online, or £12 an adult and £6 a child on-the-door. All other visitors can buy a general admission ticket to Beaulieu at the standard attraction prices. For advance tickets or more information see Admission tickets include entrance to all of the Beaulieu attraction, including the National Motor Museum and its collection of more than 250 vehicles, the World of Top Gear, On Screen Cars, 13th century Beaulieu Abbey, the Montagu ancestral home of Palace House and its stunning grounds and gardens. Entry is from 9am for rally participants, when the Brabazon Restaurant will be serving hot drinks and breakfast snacks. All other visitors should enter Beaulieu though the Visitor Reception building with a standard attraction admission ticket from 10am. For more information on the 2018 Beaulieu Simply season and events calendar, see or find us on Twitter @Beaulieu_Hants, on Facebook at /nationalmotormuseum or on Instagram @national_motor_museum and join the conversation.
  12. Join the new Ford Ranger Black Edition in one of the darkest settings on Earth in this short film, 100 Days of Dark. Find out more about the Ranger Black Edition: