Ford had previously announced plans for 1,000 GTs through the 2020 model year. It now says 1,350 cars will be made through 2022. The cars are built by Multimatic Inc. in Markham, Ont.
Elena Ford, great-great-granddaughter of Henry Ford, will become Ford Motor's chief customer experience officer as of Nov. 1, the automaker said.
Ford is preparing to cut an undetermined number of its 70,000 salaried workers globally as it begins to implement CEO Jim Hackett's US$11 billion companywide restructuring. Ford Canada had little to say Friday.
Ford issued a recall for 194 of its hand-built, 2017-18 GT supercars — 18 of them in Canada — over a hydraulic fluid leak. The cars are built by Canadian supplier Multimatic Inc.
The 2019 Ford Ranger, on sale early next year, will be able to haul up to 843 kilograms (1,860 pounds), tow up to 3,401 kilograms (7,500 pounds) and generate 270 hp and 310-pound-feet of torque.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett encouraged the Trump administration to resolve trade disputes quickly or it could do "more damage" to his company.
Ford's head of global operations said he's optimistic all three countries can reach an agreement, despite news late last week that talks between Canada and the United States had stalled.
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Erin Kerrigan of California-based buy/sell advisory firm Kerrigan advisors says Ford and GM allowing public ownership makes Canada more attractive for large, public groups in the United States.
Ford offered a first look at its upcoming Mustang-inspired, battery-electric crossover through a sketch of the vehicle's backside. The vehicle will have a range of more than 480 kilometres or 300 miles.
Ford said it would recall 2 million F-150 pickups in North America — 339,884 in Canada — to address fire and smoke concerns in seat-belt pretensioners.