The company's Aachen research center for advanced powertrain and environmental technologies provided the backdrop for a first drive of its latest fuel-cell prototype.
The central pillar on which the success of every international automotive company now rests is the AT-factor, which stands for advanced technology.
Ford engineers have refined their computer crash models for simulating vehicle compatibility between light trucks and cars.
The new generation of materials has added safety, performance, reliability, and value to a number of automotive applications.
Developments in powertrain, interior, and chassis technolgoies are improving the performance of vehicles in all corners of the world, including Europe.