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List of Ford vehicles

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of vehicles manufactured by the Ford Motor Company under the Ford marque. For other vehicles produced by Ford Motor Company see List of Mercury vehicles, List of Lincoln vehicles, Edsel, Frontenac, Merkur, Meteor, Monarch.

Current production vehicles (North America & Europe)

Exterior Name Year Introduced Production of the current model Facelift(Update) Generation Segment Vehicle Information
2018 Ford KA+ Zetec 1.0 Front.jpg
Ka 1996 2015 3rd Generation A Developed by Ford Brazil as a super mini car
2017 Ford Fiesta Zetec Turbo 1.0 Front.jpg
Fiesta 1976 2017 7th Generation (Mark VIII) B Ford's long running subcompact line based on global B-car Platform
2018 Ford Focus Titanium X 1.0.jpg
Focus 1998 2018 4th Generation (Mark IV) C Ford's Compact car based on global C-car platform
2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid SE, Blue, front left.jpg
Mondeo 1992 2014 5th Generation D Mid sized passenger sedan with "One-Ford" design based on CD4 platform.
Performance Car
2018 Ford Fiesta ST-2 Turbo 1.5 Front (1).jpg
Fiesta ST 2004 2018 3rd Generation
(7th Generation)
B Fiesta's high performance factory tune
Ford Focus Mk IV Leonberg 2019 IMG 0048.jpg
Focus ST 2005 2019 4th Generation C Focus' high performance factory tune
2019 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 facelift Front.jpg
Mustang 1964 2014 2017 6th Generation S Ford's long running pony/muscle car
2019 Ford Ranger Raptor EcoBlue 4X4 2.0.jpg
Ranger Raptor 1981 2019 6th Generation
4th Generation
(North America)
M (D) Tuned version of Ford's mid sized pickup truck
Ford F-150 Raptor 3.5T 2019.jpg
F-150 Raptor 1948 2015 2018 13th Generation M (E) Tuned version of the F-150
Ford GT 3.5 '16 (16608341860).jpg
GT 2004 2017 2nd Generation S Ford's limited production super car inspired by the legendary race car GT40
Ford S-Max Titanium (II) – Frontansicht, 8. November 2015, Düsseldorf.jpg
S-Max 2006 2015 2nd Generation C MPV produced by Ford Europe
2016 Ford Galaxy Titanium TDCi 2.0 Front.jpg
Galaxy 1996 3rd Generation M Ford's large MPV from Ford Europe
2018 Ford Ecosport Zetec facelift 1.0.jpg
EcoSport 2003 2013 2017 2nd Generation J (B) Ford's subcompact crossover SUV
2020 Ford Puma Titanium EcoBoost Hybrid 1.0 Front.jpg
Puma 2019 2019 1st generation Ford's subcompact crossover SUV
2020 Ford Escape SEL EcoBoost AWD, front 11.22.19.jpg
Escape (2000)
Kuga (2008)
4th Generation (Escape)
3rd Generation (Kuga)
J (C) Ford's compact SUV primarily developed by Ford of Europe
2019 Ford Edge SEL EcoBoost AWD 2.0L front 4.6.19.jpg
Edge 2006 2015 2018 2nd Generation J (D) Ford's mid sized crossover based on CD4 Platform
1992-96 Ford Bronco.jpg
Bronco 1966 2020 6th Generation J (C/D/E) Body-on-frame SUV
Bronco Sport 2020 1st Generation J (C) Upcoming compact crossover based on C2 platform
2020 Ford Mustang Mach-E.jpg
Mustang Mach-E 1st generation J (D) Upcoming all-electric compact crossover
2020 Ford Explorer XLT in Oxford White, front left.jpg
Explorer 1990 2019 6th Generation J (E) Ford's mid-sized crossover based on CD6 platform
2018 Ford Expedition XLT, front 8.25.19.jpg
Expedition 1996 2017 4th Generation (U553) Ford's Full sized body on frame SUV on T3 Platform
2018 Ford Transit Connect facelift Front.jpg
Transit Connect 2002 2012 2nd Generation M (B) Compact Panel Van developed by Ford Europe
Ford E-Series wagon.jpg
E-Series 1961 1992 2008 4th Generation M (E) Ford's Full sized Van and Chassis
2018 Ford Transit Courier Trend facelift 1.5 Front.jpg
Transit Courier 2014 2014 1st Generation M (C) Ford's leisure activity vehicle
2018 Ford Transit Custom 300 Limited facelift 2.0 Front.jpg
Transit Custom 2012 M (D) Ford's Mid Sized front wheel drive Van
2019 Ford Transit 350 Leader Ecoblue 2.0.jpg
Transit 1965 2013 2020 4th Generation Ford's light Commercial Van developed by Ford Europe
2019 Ford Ranger XLT Super Cab FX4 front 6.1.19.jpg
Ranger 1981 2011 2015 6th Generation
4th Generation
(North America)
Ford's mid sized pickup truck
Ford F-150 front view (fourteenth generation).jpg
F-150 1948 2020 14th Generation M (E) Ford's long running light full sized pickup truck; also the best selling vehicle in North America
2020 Ford F-450 Limited Super Duty with Powerstroke Turbo Diesel engine, front NYIAS 2019.jpg
Super Duty 1999 2017 2020 4th Generation Ford's Full sized Heavy Duty Pickup Truck Line up
Beijing Air Catering truck 20 (20180331161201).jpg
Medium Duty Truck 1948 2016 5th Generation Ford's Heavy Duty Trucks For Big Jobs

Ford Australia


Race and rally cars






Ford *000 "Thousand" series

  • 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000, 7000, 8000, and 9000

Ford *600 "Six-Hundred" and *700 "Seven-Hundred" series

  • 1600, 2600, 3600, 4600, 5600, 6600, 7600 (Four cylinder, utility, straddle mount)
  • 5700, 6700, 7700 (Row-crop versions of their 600 series counterparts)
  • 8600, 9600 (Six-cylinder row-crop)
  • 8700, 9700 (Later version of their 600 series counterparts.)

Also, since the 8000 and up models were only made in the US, the 8100 and 8200 models were produced in Europe to meet the market's need for a 100 hp+ tractor. This was done by using the 7600 transmission and rear end and mating it to the Ford six-cylinder industrial engine with a special cast iron subframe for added strength.

Ford **10 series

  • 2810, 2910, 3610, 3910, 4110, 4610, 5110, 5610, 6610, 6710, 7410, 7610, 7710, 7910, and 8210 (Mark I, II and III)
  • 7810, 6810, and 6410(Mark II and III)

Ford TW series

  • TW10, TW20, and TW30
  • TW5, TW15, TW25, and TW35
  • TW15 Mark II, TW25 Mark II, and TW 35 Mark II

Ford **30 Utility series

  • 3230, 3430, 3930, 3930 turbo, 4130, 4630, 4630 turbo, 4830, and 5030 (small tractors)

Ford 8*30 Powershift series

  • 8530, 8630, 8730, and 8830 (140-190 hp)(Mark III)

Ford **40 series

  • 5640, 6640,7740, 7840, 8240, and 8340

In 1986, Ford Motor Company expanded its agricultural holdings when it purchased the Sperry-New Holland implement line from Sperry Corporation, and named their agricultural division Ford New Holland Inc. The following year, Versatile was purchased, giving Ford a complete agricultural lineup. In 1988 Ford Motor Company sold 80% of Ford-New Holland Inc. to Fiat, and in 1991 Fiat acquired the remaining 20%, with the agreement to stop using the Ford brand by 2000. By 1999, Fiat had discontinued the use of both its own and the Ford name, and united them both under the New Holland brand.


Ford Transit Bus - small transit bus for Canada and the United States from 1936 to 1947
  • 70 (1936–1937)
  • 81-B (1937–1938)
  • 91-B (1938–1939)
  • 09-B (1939–1940)
  • 19-B (1940–1941)
  • 29-B (1941–1942)
  • 49-B (1944)
  • 59-B (1945–1947)
  • 69-B (1946–1947)
  • 79-B (1945–1947)
School Bus - for North American market
  • Ford Transit bus van for European market; introduced to North America 2007
  • Various third party manufactures use Ford E-series and F-series chassis to build mini school buses used in Canada and the United States:
    • Ford Minibus using F450 chassis
    • Ford Minibus using E350 (formerly Econoline 350)
    • Ford E450 Super Duty minibus
    • Ford MB series minibus - IV models 100, 100A, 200 and 200C Super Duty
    • Ford MBC series buses IV models 200, 200C, 300, 300D, 800
  • Ford B-Series Type C conventional chassis used by third party manufactures to build full size school buses for North American market
Commercial Bus
  • Ford Specialty Trolley - classic North American trolley car shell with Ford truck chassis; used as tourist shuttle buses
Transit/Suburban Bus
  • Ford G997
  • Ford R-Series - for European market 1960s to 1980s
  • Ford Trader
  • Ford Hawke
  • Ford ET7 with Casha bodywork
  • Ford 19B, 29B
  • Ford 72B
  • Ford ET7 Aqualina


Ford was a military contractor in North American clients during World War I and II:

  • 1917 Ford Model-T - World War I ambulance
  • Ford 3-Ton M1918 - World War I light tank used Model-T engines
  • Many versions of trucks and cars built by Ford in Canada for military during WWII. e.g. Ford F8, F15, F15A, F30, F60S, F60L, FAT, C11ADF etc.]
  • Ford Universal Carrier MK. I and MK. II
  • Ford T16 Universal Carrier
  • Ford T17 Deerhound armored car
  • Ford M8 Greyhound armored car
  • Ford M1 Bomb service truck - based on Model 19F light truck
  • Ford GTB (Burma Jeep) - medium duty truck, ​1 12 Ton 4X4; used for cargo and other tasks by USN and US Marine Corps during World War II
  • Ford GP Limited pre-production version of 1/4 Ton 4x4. Included 4-wheel steer version.
  • Ford GPW - Ford variant of Willys MB during World War II
  • Ford GPA - amphibious Ford variant of Willys MB during World War II
  • Ford M38CDN
  • Ford M38A1CDN
  • M151 - post World War II jeep
  • Ford M656 - Standard Five-ton truck in April 1966

Concept and movie cars

See also


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  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on September 18, 2009. Retrieved July 27, 2010.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ FOMCC. "Ford Fiera".
  4. ^
  5. ^ Rombauts, Walter, ed. (September 15, 1979). "Mercedes en Audi overbluffen iedereen op Salon van Frankfurt" [Mercedes and Audi outdo everyone at the Frankfurt Salon]. Keesings Auto Magazine (in Dutch). Antwerp, Belgium. 2 (18): 15.
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