Ford has given its Kuga crossover model a significant facelift, with updates to styling, engines, safety systems and infotainment among the highlights.
Nearly 470,000 new cars were registered last month, giving the UK its best September on record, according to figures published today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Ford is to offer the performance version of the Fiesta, the ST, for the first time with five doors to appeal to owners who require more practicality.
The Ford Edge is a large SUV, completing the blue oval's range alongside the EcoSport and Kuga but also pitched against the likes of Audi and BMW.
Ford is replacing the Ka with the Fiesta-sized but taller Ka+, the £8,995 car targeting the likes of the Vauxhall Viva and Fiat 500.
Some major names will be absent from this month's Paris Motor Show, as manufacturers turn to new, more targeted marketing techniques to sell their cars.
The UK car market grew by 3.3 per cent in August, significantly more than in July. Strong fleet demand drove the market in traditionally a 'quiet month.'
Ford is extending production of its GT supercar from two to four years after receiving more than 6500 applications for a planned run of just 500 cars.
Matt Jackson's Ford Focus ended the Knockhill British Touring Car Championship weekend on top, after his closest rivals clashed and eliminated themselves.
Registrations of new cars in the UK grew just 0.1 per cent in July as the SMMT, which had predicted the cooling off, urged Government to back the industry.
Ford is adding the Kuga SUV to its sporty-pitched ST-Line range, the model boosting exterior and interior styling changes and chassis upgrades.
Matt Jackson's Ford Focus proved strongest in a carnage-hit second Snetterton BTCC race, beating Colin Turkington's Subaru as the crashes happened behind.
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