The 2015 Ford models are slowly coming to light as we brought you a peek at the 2015 Expedition last week. Over the past couple of years, Ford has been restyling and redesigning their models so that they all have a unified style. So far all of the new Ford models we have seen have been sporting a fresher look all with a unified grille design.
This week, Autoblog got a first look at the redesigned 2015 Ford Focus which is set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Autoblog reports that the Focus will be sporting only some slight changes as the majority of the body lines remain the same. They did note a new rear bumper and taillights on the back of the car and a reshaped hood and new headlights on the front. Head on over to Autoblog to get a glimpse of the restyled Ford for 2015.
The 2014 Ford Focus will be getting a slight makeover for the 2015 model year!
At Friendly Ford we are excited to see the new models and trim levels for 2015. Be sure to stay tuned to our blog for the latest on 2015 releases and updates!
2014 Ford Expedition
2015 may be almost a whole year away, but the 2015 models are starting to appear among automakers. One of the highly anticipated Ford models for 2015 is the Ford Expedition. If you happened to be at the Auto Show in Dallas on February 19th, you got a peek at the 2015 Ford Expedition.
New for the 2015 model year, the Expedition will be available with only one engine option. The 2015 fullsize SUV is powered by a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine replacing the 2014’s 5.4-liter V8. Ford wants to help drivers get better fuel economy and better low-end torque with the V6 swap.
The 2015 looks very similar to its 2014 counterpart. Ford has put a new three-bar grille on the front and has restyled the headlamps. The rear of the Expedition gets slightly revamped with a chrome tip exhaust and more accents on the hatch.
At Friendly Ford, we are excited to see what the new 2015 Expedition has in store! Be sure to swing by Autoblog to view pictures of the recently unveiled Expedition and be sure to stop by our dealership in Roselle, Illinois to check out the 2014 model.
The Chicago Auto Show is still going on through February 17th and at Friendly Ford, we wanted to be one of the first to bring you photos from the show!
The Chicago Auto Show started in 1901 and is the largest auto show in North America. 2014 marks the 106th Chicago Auto Show making it held more times than any other auto expo worldwide. The auto show includes both domestic and foreign cars, trucks, SUVs and concepts. During the 2014 show, over 1,000 vehicles will be on display. You can check out the event schedule for a full list of events and special appearances.
The Show takes place at the McCormick Place Complex which is located at 2301 S. Lake Shore Drive in downtown Chicago. Admission is $12 for adults, $6 for children, and $6 for seniors.
Below are some pictures of our favorite Ford cars seen at the show.
Will you be heading to the Chicago Auto Show this week or weekend? Let us know which cars were your favorite in the comment section below! Be sure to stop by Friendly Ford to test drive some of the cars seen at the show!
If you are a fan of the F-150 and love to put things to the ultimate test, you should enter Ford’s “You Test” campaign. Ford just launched a giveaway that could put you behind the wheel of a 2015 F-150 before nearly anyone else. To enter the contest, visit BuiltToughTest.com and let Ford know how you would test the toughness of the F-150.
Ford will select a pool of five winners and tape them doing their own personal toughness test in the 2015 Ford F-150. The videos will then be posted on Ford’s YouTube page for everyone to enjoy. “We prove every day our trucks are Built Ford Tough – now we’re asking truck customers to help us prove it too,” said Ford F-150’s Marketing Manager, Eric Peterson.
If you want to test an all-new F-150, submit your entry by May 31st. Winners will be selected by September 1st and shortly thereafter they will be putting the F-150 to the ultimate test.
How would you test the toughness of the 2015 Ford F-150? Let us know in the comment section below and be sure to visit BuiltToughTest.com to officially submit your answer for a chance to win!