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Ford Motor Company is an American multinational corporation and one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the world. Based in Dearborn, Michigan, a suburb of Metro Detroit, the automaker was founded by Henry Ford and incorporated in 1903. Ford now encompasses many global brands, including Lincoln and Mercury of the US, Jaguar, Aston Martin and Land Rover of Great Britain, and Volvo of Sweden. Ford also owns a one-third controlling interest of Mazda, and is listed as the world's third largest automaker based on vehicle sales in 2005. Ford has also been one of the world's ten largest corporations by revenue. In 1999, Ford ranked as one of the world's most profitable corporations. However, in recent years, it has not fared as well. Ford has not gained market share in North America since 1995.

Ford introduced methods for large-scale manufacturing of cars, and large-scale management of an industrial workforce, especially elaborately engineered manufacturing sequences typified by the moving assembly lines. Henry Ford's combination of highly efficient factories, highly paid workers, and low prices revolutionized manufacturing and came to be known around the world as Fordism by 1914.

Production models:

Cars
Ford 2GA
Ford 300
Ford 7W
Ford 7Y (1938-1939, UK)
Ford Aerostar (1986-1997)
Ford Anglia (1940-1967, Europe)
Ford Aspire (1994-1997, rebadged Kia Avella)
Ford Bantam (South Africa)
Ford Capri (1961-1964, 1969-1986, Europe; 1989-1994, Australia)
Ford Classic (1961-1963, UK)
Ford Comète (1951-1954, France)
Ford Consul (1951-1962, 1972-1975; UK)
Ford Contour (1995-2000)
Ford Corcel (Brazil)
Ford Corsair (1964-1970, UK; 1989-1992, Australia)
Ford Cortina (1962-1982, Europe)
Ford Cougar (1999-2002, Europe)
Ford Country Sedan
Ford Country Squire (1949-1991)
Ford Coupe
Ford Courier (1972-1982, North America; 1991-2002, Europe; 1972-present, Australia; 1998-present, Brazil)
Ford Crestline (1952-1954 as independent model; 1950-1951 as Custom submodel)
Ford Crestliner (1950-1951)
Ford Crown Victoria (1955-1957, 1992-present)
Ford Custom (Used periodically between 1929 and 1996)
Ford Custom Deluxe (1950-1951) (Included "Crestliner" as submodel)
Ford Customline (1952-1956)
Ford CX (1935-1937)
Ford Delivery Car
Ford Del Rey
Ford Del Rio
Ford Deluxe (1950-1951)
Ford Ecosport - Brazilian SUV based on the European Ford Fusion
Ford Eifel (1935-1939, Germany)
Ford Eight
Ford Elite (1974-1976)
Ford Escape (2001-present)
Ford Escort (1981-2002, North America; 1968-2000, Europe)
Ford EXP (1982-1988)
Ford Everest
Ford Fairlane (1955-1971, North America; 1967-present, Australia)
Ford Fairmont (1978-1983, North America)
Ford Falcon (1960-1969, North America; 1960-present, Australia)
Ford Festiva (1988-1992, rebadged Mazda 121)
Ford Fiesta (1976-present, Europe; 1978-1980, North America)
Ford Five Hundred (2005-present)
Ford Flexible Fuel Vehicle
Ford Freestar (2004-2007)
Ford Freestyle (2005-present)
Ford Focus (2000-present, North America; 1998-present, Europe)
Ford Focus C-MAX (2003-present)
Ford Fusion (2006-present, North America; 2003-present, Europe)
Ford Galaxie (1959-1973)
Ford Galaxy (1995-present, Europe; rebadged Volkswagen Sharan)
Ford Granada (1975-1982, North America; 1972-1993, Europe)
Ford Grand Marquis (1999-present, Canada)
Ford GT (2005-2006)
Ford GT40 (1966-1969)
Ford Ikon (Europe and Mexico)
Ford Ka (1996-present, Europe)
Ford Kalos
Ford Köln
Ford Laser (1980-2003, Australia & New Zealand)
Ford Linha
Ford Lobo
Ford Louisville
Ford LTD (1965-1986, North America; 1971-present, Australia)
Ford LTD II (1977-1979)
Ford LTD Crown Victoria (1983-1991)
Ford Mainline (1952-1956)
Ford Marauder (2003-2004, Canada)
Ford Maverick (1970-1977, North America; 1988-1998, Australia; 1993-2004, Europe)
Ford Meteor 1949-1981, Canada; 1981-1985, Australia; 1986-1995, South Africa)
Ford Model 4-46
Ford Model 8-46
Ford Model 01
Ford Model 2
Ford Model 40
Ford Model 48
Ford Model 50
Ford Model 67
Ford Model 68
Ford Model 73
Ford Model 74
Ford Model 77
Ford Model 78
Ford Model 81
Ford Model 82
Ford Model 91
Ford Model 92
Ford Model A (1903-1905, 1927-1931)
Ford Model AA
Ford Model AC
Ford Model B (1904-1905, 1932-1934)
Ford Model C (1904-1905)
Ford Model F (1905-1906)
Ford Model K (1906-1908)
Ford Model N (1906-1908)
Ford Model R (1907)
Ford Model S (1907-1909)
Ford Model T (1908-1928)
Ford Model TT (1925-1927)
Ford Model V-18
Ford Model Y (1932-1937)
Ford Mondeo (1993-present)
Ford Mustang (1964-present)
Ford Orion (1983-1993, Europe)
Ford Pampa (1982-1997, Brazil)
Ford Panel truck
Ford Parklane (1956)
Ford Pilot (1947-1951, UK)
Ford Pinto (1971-1980)
Ford Popular (1953-1959, Europe)
Ford Prefect
Ford Probe (1989-1997)
Ford Pronto (Taiwan)
Ford Pulsar
Ford Puma (1997-2001, Europe)
Ford Ranchero (1957-1979)
Ford Ranch Wagon
Ford Rheinland (1933-1936, Europe)
Ford Roadster
Ford RS200 (1984-1986, Europe)
Ford RS2000
Ford Sedan Delivery
Ford Scorpio (1985-1999, Europe)
Ford Sierra (1983-1992, Europe)
Ford Skyliner
Ford S-MAX
Ford Special
Ford SportKa
Ford Standard
Ford StreetKa
Ford Sunliner
Ford Starliner
Ford Super Deluxe
Ford Squire
Ford T-series
Ford Taurus (1986-2006)
Ford Taunus (1939-1982, Germany)
Ford Telstar (1983-1999; Africa, Asia and Australia)
Ford Tempo (1984-1994)
Ford Ten
Ford Ten-Ten
Ford Territory (2004-present, Australia)
Ford Thunderbird (1955-1997, 2002-2005)
Ford Torino (1968-1976)
Ford Tourneo
Ford Transit (1965-present, Europe and China)
Ford Ute
Ford Vedette (1948-1954, France)
Ford Versailles (1992-1994, Brazil)
Ford Victoria
Ford Woody
Ford Windstar (1995-2003)
Ford Zephyr (1950-1971, UK)
Ford Zodiac (1950-1971, UK)
Ford ZX2 (1998-2003)

Trucks
Ford Aerostar (1986-1997)
Ford Bronco (1966-1996)
Ford Bronco II (1984-1990)
Ford C-Series (Medium-Duty C.O.E. Truck; 1957-1990)
Ford CL-Series (1978-1991; Heavy-Duty Cabover truck, replacement for W-Series trucks)
Ford Cargo (Europe, Brazil)
Ford E-Series (1961-present)
Ford Econovan
Ford Excursion (2000-2005)
Ford Expedition (1997-present)
Ford Explorer (1991-present)
Ford Everest
Ford F-Series (1948-present)
Ford Freestar (2004-2007)
Ford Freighter
Ford H-Series (1961-1965, Heavy-Duty C.O.E. truck commonly referred to as the "Two-Story Falcon")
Ford jeep
Ford L-series (1970-1998; a.k.a. Louisville)
Ford Model TT (1925-1927)
Ford N-Series (Heavy-Duty Low Cab Forward Trucks; 1962-1969)
Ford Panel truck
Ford R-Series - UK-market bus chassis
Ford Ranchero (1957-1979)
Ford Ranger (1983-present, North America)
Ford Ranger EV (1998-2004, all-electric version of the North American Ford Ranger)
Ford T-series
Ford Transcontinental (Europe)
Ford Transit (1965-present, Europe and China)
Ford Vannette
Ford W-Series (1966-1977; Heavy-Duty C.O.E. truck, replacement for H-Series)
Ford Windstar (1995-2003)

Tractors
Ford N Series Tractors
Ford NAA Series Tractors(a.k.a.; Golden Jubilee)
Ford Workmaster
Ford Powermaster

Concept cars
Ford Explorer Sport Trac Concept
Ford Fairlane Concept
Ford Focus MA
Ford Forty-Nine
Ford GT90
Ford Indigo
Ford Iosis
Ford Model U
Ford Reflex
Ford SAV
Ford Shelby GR-1
Ford Super Chief
Ford SYNUS
Ford TH!NK

 

 


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