Here's LinkInteresting read on fords effort to save ICE ENGINES
If enough of the auto manufacturers get behind it and keep demand high enough for ICE vehicles, costs should come down. Porsche said they think $8/gallon by 2026 from the current $45/gallon. That’s a pretty big drop in a short amount of time for a new technologyInteresting read, but I am skeptical that synthetic fuel production could ever be scaled to the point of being affordable.
Wow that makes sense, didnt think of it that way. Long live the Mach EGood article. I’ve heard Farley say on more than one occasion that ICE will be available for the 8G Mustang as long as consumer demand is there for it. Stellantis doesn’t have nearly enough in its fleet to meet the upcoming higher EPA standards which is why the ICE Charger and Challenger are dead. Though some loathe the Mach E (I know most of it is because they put the Mustang name on it), it’s one of the vehicles that has given Ford the ability to continue to offer the V8 in the next generations of Mustang.
And I’m one that likes the car but doesn’t like that the Mustang name was attached to it, but if it keeps the Coyote (and any other future V8) alive, Ford can call it whatever they want (and they will anyway )!Wow that makes sense, didnt think of it that way. Long live the Mach E
EV is all idiocy of the highest order. They all KNOW their companies will collapse if they go 100% EV. They are still just trying to pretend and curry favor while virtue-signaling. Why work hard, when you can get billions in free gov't cheese to perpetuate the Big Lie of the Day.Thank you FORD Chevy and Dodge don't care about the consumer and keeping it alive. Ford always inovating a way to bring back the Mustang. Chevy and Dodge just copy take part of the market then go extinct for a while when things get "slow" LOL
So you think the entire industry is going to spend the money to develop a fuel for just a handful of vehicles. Well I certainly hope so but the odds are very, very long.Ford won't be able to establish a synthetic fuel infrastructure on its own. I would hope the oil companies are looking into this in order to have a market in the future.