Ford has had a busy few months since the beginning of July, between the introductions of new vehicles, piloting assistance programs for disadvantaged students, mobilizing volunteers for Ford Global Caring Month, and that’s just the start.
Putting out amazing vehicles is a top priority for Ford, so it’s no surprise that it announced the addition of a high-powered EcoBoost V6 engine to the Ford F-150 Limited in July. Ford is also bringing Trail Control, an off-road version of cruise control, to the 2019 F-150 Raptor, further diversifying the classic truck.
Ford also debuted the new Ford Edge and Edge ST in September. The new Edge models will offer all-wheel drive disconnect, a Ford-exclusive feature that reduces fuel consumption and improves traction, as well as active transmission warm-up, as well as other fuel-saving technologies.
Over the last few months, Ford has also partnered with Detroit Medical Center to bring its non-emergency medical transportation service, Ford GoRide, to the DMC’s entire network of providers and locations. In August, Ford launched “Ford First Gen,” an initiative designed to help first-generation college students succeed.
Lastly, Ford Global Caring Month occurred during September. Ford employees and volunteers built homes and improved water quality in underrepresented communities during this month-long charity event. Ford Motor Company Fund has donated over $700,000 to help complete the many projects launched during September.
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