Ford has recently stated that it will be launching four all-new sport utility vehicles. These productions will take place over the next four years and are a response to the growing popularity of SUVs and crossovers.
Ford says that the SUV models are all new, and will provide vehicle options in a market where Ford does not currently have any. There has not been any announcement yet about where or when the new nameplates will be added, but they are going to be part of Ford’s global plan.
Ford is looking to expand on its already great lineup of vehicles.
The new SUVs could be under the Ford name or the Lincoln brand and could be launched in any or all of the North America, Europe, Asia, or South America regions. Ford states that they are not eliminating any of their current vehicles and are only enhancing the lineup.
Last year in the United States, Ford sold 740,000 Ford Escape, Explorer, Edge, and Lincoln SUVs. Ford recognizes that many U.S. consumers prefer SUVs and crossovers due to having more space and the increased fuel efficiency of SUVs.
We are excited to see the new SUVs from Ford. Ford makes great vehicles, and we are sure that the all-new SUVs will be no different!
Winter is Wisconsin is quite lovely!
Courtesy Ford loves the beauty that winter in Wisconsin brings. In fact, winters in Wisconsin can even be a bit magical with enchanting areas complete with ice palaces, snow caves, and other fairy tale fun. Here are some of our favorite frozen areas of Wisconsin.
The Ice Project – This ice creation is built over time as layers of water freeze on cables. The project is ever changing, so you may want to visit multiple times throughout the winter.
Ice Palace – Each year a different ice castle is constructed along Eagle River’s downtown. This castle is created by hand sawing blocks of ice from the frozen lake. This palace looks like a fairytale come to life and has been a tradition since the 1920s.
Ice Caves – Accessible only when Lake Superior is frozen, a bridge is formed from land to caves. These caves are composed of thousands of gigantic icicles and frozen glass floors. These caves appear to be created by a snow queen and have a magical appearance.
Trollway in Mt. Horeb – Mt. Horeb is known as the Troll Capital of the World and has 15 hand-carved trolls throughout its quaint downtown. The village is rooted in Scandinavian folklore and each year hosts the Scandihoovian Winter Festival which features troll making and old Viking games.
Ice Climbing – This is becoming a popular adventurist hobby in Wisconsin. It is similar to rock climbing, but on snow and ice. There are many frozen waterfalls, mountains, and other frozen areas in Wisconsin for this great activity.
These wonderful winter attractions are weather dependent, so be sure to check the individual sites before visiting. If you need a dependable car to get you to all these enchanting winter activities, stop by Courtesy Ford and we will get you matched with the perfect vehicle for all your travel needs.