Ford is doing a thirteen city tour called the EcoBoost Challenge which will allow consumers to drive Ford products such as the Escape, Fusion, and the upcoming Fiesta ST. The tour will include events like the ST Performance Academy, a hyper-mile challenge for Ford hybrid vehicles and head-to-head competitive drives on a challenge course.

“Ford is delivering on its promise to give fuel-efficiency-minded customers the power of choice, by offering a lineup that includes five electrified vehicles, two plug-in hybrids and eight vehicles available with EcoBoost Technology. Throughout this tour, we will let consumers experience the technology that helps deliver better fuel economy and engaging driving than the competition,” said David Mondragon, general marketing manager for Ford and Lincoln.

The EcoBoost Challenge will be stopping at these locations.

Boston, Gillette Stadium, June 22
Washington, D.C., FedEx Field, June 29
Chicago, Arlington Park, June 29
San Francisco, Golden Gate Fields, July 13
Los Angeles, Rose Bowl, July 20
New York City, Citi Field, August 17
Charlotte, Charlotte Motor Speedway, August 24
Atlanta, Turner Field, September 7
Dallas, Cowboys Stadium, September 7
Orlando, Orange County Convention Center, September 14
Houston, Sam Houston Race Park, September 14
Miami, Gulfstream Park, September 21
Minneapolis/St. Paul, Canterbury Park, September 21

If you want to take part in the Ford EcoBoost Challenge, visit fordecoboostchallengedrive.com to sign up.

By William Maley

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