What European brands does Ford own?

What European brands does Ford own?

Ford of Europe

Type Subsidiary (GmbH)
Parent Ford Motor Company
Divisions Ford Team RS
Subsidiaries Ford-Werke GmbH Ford Italia Ford Romania Ford of Britain Henry Ford & Son Ltd
Website ford.eu fordmedia.eu

Are Ford cars made in Germany?

Ford-Werke GmbH is a German car manufacturer headquartered in Niehl, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia is a subsidiary of Ford Motor Company. The company operates two large manufacturing facilities in Germany, a plant in Cologne and a plant in Saarlouis.

Is Ford popular in Europe?

Ford is the No. 2 most popular brand in Europe, based on single nameplate total vehicle market share of 8.5 percent in March and 8.0 in the first quarter in its traditional 20 European markets*, and Ford remains the top single nameplate brand in the U.K.

What kind of brakes does a Mustang have in Europe?

European Mustangs receive the Performance Package brakes along with the unique chassis tuning, larger radiator and 3.55 gears with limited-slip differential (the 3.73 TORSEN axle is not available in Europe). This included the choice of three different wheels depending on which engine you choose.

Why are Euro Mustangs less powerful than US Mustangs?

The stricter environmental requirements leave the Euro Mustangs with somewhat less power. Another reason for the overall horsepower reduction on the Euro-spec Mustang is due to the redesign of exhaust manifolds to support the switch to right-hand drive. For its part, Ford says that the revised engine is actually more responsive to drive.

How much horsepower does a European Mustang have?

European vs US-Spec Mustang Comparison Metric U.S. GT Euro GT U.S. EcoBoost Euro EcoBoost Horsepower 460 hp 444 hp 310 hp 286 hp Torque 420 lb-ft 390 lb-ft 350 lb-ft 325 lb-ft

What is the difference between a Bullitt and a Euro Mustang?

The Bullitt is largely the same across the pond but unfortunately does have a bit less horsepower: 457 hp instead of 480 hp. The immediate and obvious difference that sets the Euro Mustang apart would be the steering wheel would be on the right-hand side of the car for models sold in the UK.