List of Ford vehicles

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The following is a list of vehicles manufactured by the Ford Motor Company under the Ford marque.

Current production vehicles[edit]

Body style Model Current generation Vehicle description
Image Name(s) Introduction
(cal. year)
(cal. year)
Facelift Main markets
Hatchback Focus 1998 2018 2021 Europe C-segment / small family compact hatchback predominantly sold in Europe. Expected to be discontinued in 2025.
Sedan Escort 1968 2015 2021 China C-segment/compact sedan currently marketed in China and Taiwan. Based on an older version of the Ford Focus. The Escort nameplate has been used since 1968.
Focus 1998 2018 2021 China C-segment/compact sedan currently only marketed in China.
1992 2022 China and Middle East D-segment/Large family/mid-size sedan and liftback currently marketed in China. Marketed as the Taurus in the Middle East.
Station wagon Focus 1998 2018 2021 Europe Station wagon version of the Focus.
Sports car Mustang 1964 2022 Global Long-running pony/muscle car. Available in coupé and convertible body styles.
Bronco 1965 2020 Americas, Europe and Middle East Off-road oriented mid-size body-on-frame SUV. Available in three-door and five-door configurations.
Bronco Sport 2020 2020 Americas and Middle East Retro-styled compact crossover SUV using the Bronco nameplate.
Edge 2006 2015 2018 Americas, Middle East and China D-segment/Mid-size crossover mainly marketed in North America, also sold in Europe, China, Australasia (as the Endura) and others. Three-row version is only available in China as the Edge Plus.
Edge L 2023
Equator 2021 2021 China Three-row mid-size crossover marketed in China and manufactured by JMC-Ford.
Escape 2000 2019 2022 Americas, Europe, Australasia C-segment/compact crossover SUV marketed globally. Escape (global nameplate) and Kuga (Europe) was a separate model up to 2012 when the model was merged. Hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains are optional.
Kuga 2008
Everest 2003 2022 Asia-Pacific, Africa and Middle East Mid-size body-on-frame SUV based on the Ranger.
Evos 2021 2021 China Low-slung mid-size crossover marketed in China and manufactured by Changan Ford.
Expedition 1996 2017 2021 Americas and Middle East Full-size body-on-frame SUV. Also available with a longer body variant called the Expedition Max.
Explorer 1990 2019 2022 Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia Three-row mid-size crossover SUV. Also available as a police fleet vehicle called the Police Interceptor Utility. Hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains are optional.
Explorer EV 2024 2024 Europe Battery electric compact crossover for the European market, based on the Volkswagen Group MEB platform.
2020 2020 Global Battery electric compact crossover using the Mustang nameplate.
Puma 2019 2019 Europe and Australasia B-segment/subcompact crossover SUV based on the Fiesta marketed in Europe and Australasia.
Territory / Equator Sport 2003 2015 2022 Asia, Middle East and South America Compact crossover SUV manufactured by JMC-Ford joint venture in China, and currently marketed in China, South America, and Southeast Asia.

F-Series 1948 2020 2023 Americas and Middle East Full-size pickup truck mainly marketed in North America. Historically the best-selling vehicle in the United States (since 1977) and Canada. Line-up includes the F-150 pickup, F-250 through F-450 Super Duty heavy duty pickups. F-450/550 Super Duty class 4-5 trucks and F-650/750 Super Duty class 6-8 trucks are commercial chassis and cab vehicles.
F-150 Lightning 2022 2022 North America and others Battery electric version of the fourteenth-generation Ford F-150.
Ranger 1981 2022 Global Mid-size pickup truck sold globally. Available in single cab (except North America), space cab, and double cab configurations.
Maverick 2021 2021 Americas Compact pickup truck sold in North America and South America. Based on a front-wheel-drive unibody platform shared with the Escape and Bronco Sport.
Transit 1965 2013 2020 Europe and Australasia Pickup version of the Transit van.
Tourneo Courier 2014 2022 Europe Passenger version of the Transit Courier.
Tourneo Connect 2002 2021 Europe Three-Row Compact MPV. Rebadged Volkswagen Caddy.
Tourneo Custom 2012 2022 Europe Passenger version of the Transit Custom marketed in Europe.
Van Transit Courier 2014 2023 Europe and others Small van based on Fiesta platform mainly marketed in Europe. Available as a four-door or five-door van. The passenger-focused leisure activity vehicle version is called the Tourneo Courier.
Transit Connect 2002 2022 Europe and others Compact van based on Focus platform mainly marketed in Europe and North America. Available as a four-door or five-door van. The passenger-focused leisure activity vehicle version is called the Tourneo Connect.
Transit Custom 2012 2022 Europe and others Mid-size van mainly marketed in Europe, Australasia and China. Available as a four-door or five-door van. The passenger-focused leisure activity vehicle version is called the Tourneo Custom. A campervan version is called the Transit Custom Nugget.
Transit 1965 2013 2020 Global Full-size, rear-wheel-drive van. Available as a cargo van, passenger van, chassis cab, and cutaway van.
Heavy commercial vehicles F-MAX 2018 2018 Europe Heavy-duty truck developed and manufactured by Ford Otosan in Turkey. Sold in China as the JMC Weilong HV5.
Cargo 1981 2005 2012 Europe and Brazil Heavy-duty truck manufactured by Ford Brasil and Ford Otosan.
Transit Cutaway 1965 2013 2020 Europe, North America and others Cutaway version of the Transit van.
E-Series Cutaway 1975 1992 2021 North America A cutaway version of the E-Series.
F-Series 1948 2015 2020 North America Commercial medium-duty and heavy-duty trucks derived from the smaller F-Series pickup trucks.
Super Duty 1999 2023 2023 North America Chassis-cab versions of the Super Duty pickups.

Former production vehicles[edit]


1953 NAA Golden Jubilee
  • N-series
  • NAA (a.k.a.; Golden Jubilee)
  • 600 Series
  • Workmaster
  • Powermaster

Ford *000 "Thousand" series

  • 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000, 7000, 8000, and 9000

Ford *600 "Six-Hundred" and *700 "Seven-Hundred" series

  • 1600, 2600, 3600, 4600, 5600, 6600, 7600 (Four cylinder, utility, straddle mount)
  • 5700, 6700, 7700 (Row-crop versions of their 600 series counterparts)
  • 8600, 9600 (Six-cylinder row-crop)
  • 8700, 9700 (Later version of their 600 series counterparts.)

Also, since the 8000 and up models were only made in the US, the 8100 and 8200 models were produced in Europe to meet the market's need for a 100 hp+ tractor. This was done by using the 7600 transmission and rear end and mating it to the Ford six-cylinder industrial engine with a special cast iron subframe for added strength.

Ford **10 series

  • 2810, 2910, 3610, 3910, 4110, 4610, 5110, 5610, 6610, 6710, 7410, 7610, 7710, 7910, and 8210 (Mark I, II and III)
  • 7810, 6810, and 6410(Mark II and III)

Ford TW series

  • TW10, TW20, and TW30
  • TW5, TW15, TW25, and TW35
  • TW15 Mark II, TW25 Mark II, and TW 35 Mark II

Ford **30 Utility series

  • 3230, 3430, 3930, 3930 turbo, 4130, 4630, 4630 turbo, 4830, and 5030 (small tractors)

Ford 8*30 Powershift series

  • 8530, 8630, 8730, and 8830 (140-190 hp)(Mark III)

Ford **40 series

  • 5640, 6640,7740, 7840, 8240, and 8340

In 1986, Ford Motor Company expanded its agricultural holdings when it purchased the Sperry-New Holland implement line from Sperry Corporation, and named their agricultural division Ford New Holland Inc. The following year, Versatile was purchased, giving Ford a complete agricultural lineup. In 1988 Ford Motor Company sold 80% of Ford-New Holland Inc. to Fiat, and in 1991 Fiat acquired the remaining 20%, with the agreement to stop using the Ford brand by 2000. By 1999, Fiat had discontinued the use of both its own and the Ford name, and united them both under the New Holland brand.


  • 70 (1936–1937)
  • 81-B (1937–1938)
  • 91-B (1938–1939)
  • 09-B (1939–1940)
  • 19-B (1940–1941)
  • 29-B (1941–1942)
  • 49-B (1944)
  • 59-B (1945–1947)
  • 69-B (1946–1947)
  • 79-B (1945–1947)
School bus - for North American market
Transit bus
  • Ford Transit Bus (1936–1947)
  • Various third party manufactures use Ford E-series and F-series chassis to build mini school buses used in Canada and the United States:
    • Ford Minibus using F450 chassis
    • Ford Minibus using E350 (formerly Econoline 350)
    • Ford E450 Super Duty minibus
    • Ford MB series minibus - IV models 100, 100A, 200 and 200C Super Duty
    • Ford MBC series buses IV models 200, 200C, 300, 300D, 800
  • Ford B-Series Type C conventional chassis used by third party manufactures to build full size school buses for North American market
Commercial bus
  • Ford Specialty Trolley - classic North American trolley car shell with Ford truck chassis; used as tourist shuttle buses
Transit/suburban bus
  • Ford G997
  • Ford R-Series - for European market 1960s to 1980s
  • Ford Trader
  • Ford Hawke
  • Ford ET7 with Casha bodywork
  • Ford 19B, 29B
  • Ford 72B
  • Ford ET7 Aqualina


Ford was a military contractor for North American and European clients during World War I and II:

Ford GP (Willys Jeep)
M1918 tank
M8 Greyhound
GTB jeep
GPA amphibious
  • 1917 Ford Model-T - World War I ambulance
  • M1918 [n11 1]
  • Universal Carrier MK. I and MK. II
  • T16 Universal Carrier
  • T17 Deerhound armored car
  • M8 Greyhound armored car
  • Bomb service truck - based on Model 19F light truck
  • GTB ("Burma Jeep") [n11 2]
  • GP / GPW [n11 3] (1941–1945)
  • GPA [n11 4]
  • M38CDN
  • M38A1CDN
  • M151 (jeep)
  • M656 [n11 5]
  • Many versions of trucks and cars built by Ford in Canada for military during WWII. e.g. Ford F8, F15, F15A, F30, F60S, F60L, FAT, C11ADF etc.
  • Ford produced multiple types of trucks in Germany for military during WWII. e.g. Ford G917T, G987T, G997T and G987T [1]
  1. ^ World War I light tank used Model-T engines.
  2. ^ Medium duty truck, 1+12 Ton 4X4; used for cargo and other tasks by USN and US Marine Corps during World War II.
  3. ^ The MB by Willys-Overland. Limited pre-production version of 1/4 Ton 4x4. Included 4-wheel steer version.
  4. ^ amphibious Ford variant of Willys MB during World War II.
  5. ^ Standard Five-ton truck in April 1966.

Concept and movie cars[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Garden, David (May 10, 2021). "Ford's Wehrmacht Truck". KeyMilitary. Key Publishing. Retrieved April 9, 2023.
  2. ^ "Plant Information: Haiduong Assembly Plant". Ford Motor Company. Archived from the original on December 8, 2010.
  3. ^ Rombauts, Walter, ed. (September 15, 1979). "Mercedes en Audi overbluffen iedereen op Salon van Frankfurt" [Mercedes and Audi outdo everyone at the Frankfurt Salon]. Keesings Auto Magazine (in Flemish). Antwerp, Belgium. 2 (18): 15.