Ford Introduces New Models at Detroit Auto Show

By Emily Eppley | January 16th, 2018

At the Detroit Auto Show this week, Ford is bringing revives a few classics in the Ranger pickup truck and the Mustang Bullitt. Both new vehicles will evoke nostalgia but push the models forward into the modern age with intelligent safety features and innovative, powerful engines. Take a look at what’s coming for 2019 with these two outstanding vehicles and then check out our current inventory of Ford vehicles now!

The all-new Ford Ranger will come equipped with a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine that’s masterfully paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission all wrapped in a high-strength steel frame. It will be available in 2WD or 4WD so you can match your driving experience to your needs. The trims available will be XL, XLT and the Lariat, which will be available with chrome, sport or the FX Off-Road packages in either SuperCab or SuperCrew cab setups. 

Take a look at our in-stock Ford pickup trucks now to start shopping for a model that’s exactly what you need.

The new 2019 Mustang BULLITT shares the Ford stage at the North American International Auto Show with the original 1968 Mustang GT driven by legend Steve McQueen during filming on the movie “Bullitt.”

For fans of Steve McQueen, his granddaughter Molly McQueen helped debut a special Ford Mustang Bullitt edition to commemorate this iconic car. The Mustang is due to come out this summer and will come standard with a special white cue ball shifter in a nod to the movie. Under the hood will be a 5.0-liter V8 engine capable of making 475 horsepower and 420-pounds of torque, and an exceptional reported top speed of 163 mph. 

Take a look at our current inventory of Mustang models to get a muscle car that you’ll love to drive every day.

Shop our current inventory of Ford vehicles now to get a vehicle that’s powerful, spacious, and full of innovative features. Browse through our complete inventory now and then talk to a team member to lock in a great deal today!

Images courtesy of Ford Media

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