The recall that was had on Ranger should have never been. It was caught a while ago before they even started selling. But I would rather have a voluntary recall to address it then for it to come back and bite back in a bad way.
Some good news on the Avon Lake Ford Mediums, traveling today from Baltimore to Las Vegas through Chicago, I did notice Southwest Airlines using several of the Avon Lake Mediums as service trucks for their airplanes! From a distance, they appeared to be 6.8L V-10s
Yes, I am also curious about this as well. I am in Kentucky and there is Louisville Auto Show coming next weekend (22-24) and I have no clue what will be shown there in addition to the usual 2019 line up of vehicles. The website said nothing at all what will be shown. I follow their Facebook page and I asked them on one of their recent postings. They replied that they don't know because Ford and Lincoln did not reveal to them with a list of vehicles that they are bringing unlike most other manufacturers who already submitted their lists. So I guess I'll go to the LAS this weekend and just see. Surely the 2020 Explorer and 2020 Shelby GT500 (the one I really wanna see) would be shown. But certainly the 2019 Ranger would be shown there too (other one I wanna see). So yeah, I'm curious as to a website or listing of all the upcoming auto shows and what vehicles will be shown on display. Even if we can't sit in or even touch the new Explorer, that would be fine. Just to see one in person is all.
I’m curious if the deal they made with Waymo is part of these earnings, there’s no way they’ve even produced enough I-Paces for all that they ordered.
I know the 2020 Explorer was shown at the Detroit Auto Show, and I believe the same 2020 Explorer prototypes were on display at the recent Chicago Auto Show. My wife and I would like to see the 2020 Explorers at an upcoming auto show -- and we're willing to travel to do so -- but can't seem to find which auto shows will feature the 2020 Explorer.
Is there a website that presents Ford's auto-show schedule and indicates which locations will have the 2020 Explorer on display? I know most of the auto shows are supported by the area's Ford dealers, but "future" vehicles like the 2020 Explorer must be supplied by corporate. Correct?