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2016 Ford Police Interceptor Utility debuts at Chicago

The 2016 Ford Police Interceptor Utility made its formal debut at the Chicago Auto Show this week — which is fitting, since it’ll be built there.

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Why using Mustang as your password is a bad idea

Ford said “Mustang” is the 16th most common password in use on the internet, handily beating both “Superman” and “Batman.”

Driving a Ford Expedition King Ranch in the Blizzard of 2015

The 2015 Ford Expedition’s ControlTrac four-wheel drive is the way four-wheel drive should be — especially if you have to drive in the Blizzard of 2015.

Car seat alert sensors showcased at CES

Intel and Voxx Electronics are trying to remedy the problem that killed 37 children last year who were accidentally left in car seats in sweltering vehicles.

Dr. Z kills it at CES with F015 concept autonomous vehicle

Dr. Z brought out the Mercedes autonomous driving concept F015 to CES with all of the flair and fanfare as if it were being released in Detroit next week.

Former Zipcar head wants to link every car for IoT experience

The founder of Zipcar has a new company that is making a play to connect all vehicles for a massive “internet of moving things” experience.

Get that spot! Preparing for Black Friday parking beast mode

The parking bloodsport is fierce. Here are some tips to make sure you avoid confrontations that could land you in the pokey — or the hospital.

Backing up a ProMaster? Crimestopper has you covered

Crimestopper’s SecurView SV-6904.PM can help you Ram ProMaster owners keep your Euro-tastic bumpers scratch-free — at least for a while.

GM seeks trendy tech ideas in Innovation Challenge

The folks running GM’s Innovation Challenge are on the search for ways in which trendy technologies like augmented reality might improve car manufacturing.

Ford Transit PTV touted as new-age paddy wagon for police

If you thought the Police Interceptor was the only thing Ford’s got going for cops, check out the Ford Transit PTV, a Transit dressed in paddy wagon drag.

Voxx Prestige car remotes go slimmer, shoot longer

Voxx Electronics’ Prestige Security and Remote Start line is going slimmer for 2014 while at the same time improving operating range, the company said.

Ford offering Surveillance Mode to its police car competitors

Ford says it will offer its Surveillance Mode technology to competitors in the police vehicle industry — if they want it.