Ford: Brief History
September 14, 2016 By ford
0

For over a 100 years, Ford has been a front-runner and a major role player in the innovation and evolution of the automotive industry.

The Ford Motoring Company, founded by Henry Ford, was incorporated in 1903, and Mr. Ford had a vision to build safe and efficient transportation, which could be affordable to the general public.

In 1908, Ford built its first ever mass-produced car, The Ford Model T (colloquially known as the Tin Lizzie), and sold over 15 million cars – making it one of the best-selling cars of all time, and arguably, the most famous car ever built.

Nine years later, after the introduction of the model T, Ford produced its first ever truck, The Model TT, based on the Model T car’s design, and in 1927, Ford replaced its iconic Model T, with the model A, which was the first car to sport the iconic Blue Oval Badge.

Today, Ford is globally one of the largest Automakers in the world, and continues to deliver durable, affordable and efficient automobiles, upholding the legacy created by Henry Ford.

To book a test drive in one of our legendary vehicles, visit Ford Novel today, and experience pure efficiency first-hand.