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Restarting Ford Production with Priority on Safety

Ford has recently outlined their plans for restarting production of vehicles in the U.S. and worldwide, with a focus on the health and safety of its employees, dealers, partners and of course, its loyal customers.

By constantly assessing public health conditions, government actions and recommendations, and working with unions like the UAW, Ford will be implementing a staggered approach to resuming production.

For the past several weeks, Ford has been helping to manufacture medical equipment, and has been doing its best to keep employees safe, with the use of face masks, face shields and social distancing within its facilities.

With over 7 million jobs in the United States dependent on automakers, dealers and their suppliers, it is important to get people back to work. But restarting production must also be done safely and with lots of care taken to protect the workforce.

“The health and safety of our employees has been – and remains – our top priority as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Kiersten Robinson, chief human resources officer at Ford. “We are taking extensive measures that apply best practices from around the world to make sure all of our facilities and workplaces will be safe, clean and secure for when we return to work on-site.”

Tommie Vaughn Ford has also implemented new measures to help keep our customers and employees safe, including an at-home sales experience and service pickup and delivery. For more information, contact us at Tommie Vaughn Ford in Houston, TX.

 

Source: Ford Media Center

All-Electric Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 Prototype Dragster

Most drag racing cars are loud and use lots of gasoline to achieve their incredibly low quarter-mile times. But for the All-Electric Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 Prototype Dragster, not a single drop of fuel is used to achieve a low-8-second quarter mile at 170+ mph.

The purpose-built vehicle delivers over 1,400 horsepower and 1,100 lb.-ft. of torque at a moments notice, fully showcasing the benefits of electric propulsion. Without the need to rev up, the all-electric Mustang Cobra Jet can put the power down instantly.

“Ford has always used motorsport to demonstrate innovation,” said Dave Pericak, Global Director of Ford Icons. “Electric powertrains give us a completely new kind of performance and the all-electric Cobra Jet 1400 is one example of pushing new technology to the absolute limit.”

The Cobra Jet 1400 prototype will make its world debut later this year at a drag racing event, where fans can see what this impressive vehicle is capable of on the track. It also honors the original Cobra Jet, which was a major competitor on the drag strip in the late 1960s.

Ford announced the Mustang Mach-E SUV earlier this year, which is the first Mustang vehicle that Ford customers will be able to get their hands on and experience electric power. If you are interested in reserving a Mustang Mach-E, please contact us at Tommie Vaughn Ford in Houston, TX.

 

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Source: Ford Media Center

Mustang Celebrates 56th Birthday with Best Lineup Ever

As the legendary Ford Mustang celebrates its 56th birthday, it continues to be the world’s best-selling sports car and America’s best-selling sports car for the last 50 years. Ford offers 12 performance Mustang variants in its lineup, with each offering drivers a unique blend of performance, style and raw power.

“We’re proud of our growing Mustang stable and performance variants,” said Jim Farley, COO of Ford Motor Company. “From Sweden to Shanghai, more and more driving enthusiasts are enjoying the feeling of freedom and the American open road in these new Mustangs. We are honored to serve our owners, enthusiasts and fans for 56 years and counting.”

Ford Mustang buyers can choose between EcoBoost and GT models, each with two Performance Packs available, the iconic Mustang BULLITT, and the Shelby GT350, GT350R and new GT500. Shelby models come with optional Handling Packs, and the GT500 has an exclusive Carbon Fiber Track Pack.

By continuing to innovate and invest in the Mustang platform, Ford has earned its place at the top of the sales podium. Multiple available engine options, suspension packages, brake packages and more give buyers more choice when it comes time to purchase. Ford also lets Mustang drivers pick between manual, automatic and dual-clutch transmission options, depending on the model.

If you would like to learn more about the 2020 Ford Mustang and all its available performance variants, visit us today at Tommie Vaughn Ford in Houston, TX.

 

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Source: Ford Media Center

Ford Offering Assistance to Customers

To help its customers during the COVID-19 outbreak, Ford is offering a number of assistance programs and donating to charity groups. Ford Credit is offering both assistance to those affected by COVID-19, and offering no payments for new vehicles for 90 days.

“Ford is committed to lending a hand to the people who rely on us,” said Mark LaNeve of Ford Motor Company. “The peace of mind of our Ford and Lincoln customers is our top priority as we work through the developments of this outbreak.”

In the past, Ford Credit has helped out its customers during local and federal disasters, and right now they are offering the same assistance. If you have purchased or leased a Ford vehicle and are having difficulty making your payments please contact Ford Credit to discuss options for delaying payments or changing due dates.

Our customers can access their Account Manager profile either online at accountmanager.ford.com or through the FordPass app. You can also call a special hotline – 1-800-723-4016 – to discuss your options.

The Ford Motor Company Fund has also donated over half a million dollars to local charities in Michigan to help deliver food to senior citizens and children who do not have easy access to food at this time. Ford is also working with GE Healthcare to produce ventilators for COVID-19 patients suffering respiratory issues.

 

Source: Ford Media Center