Have GM and Ford ever produced a car together?

Mr. Kitty Litter

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I know the 2 companies have collaborated and produced transmissions together. Have they ever actually made a whole car...like how BMW and Toyota made the Supra?

If not...what do you think that would be like?

What if the big 3 all went in on a car or two? FCA, GM, and Ford.

Shits would be interesting.
 
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No. I'm 99% sure it will never happen as well. They both have the ability to fill any space in the auto industry they want without the help of one another and anything they did collaborate on would hurt financially more than help.
 

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The 10 speed they currently have is pretty tight.

It’s still fairly new. Though thankfully it seems Ford has done all the engineering on that one.

The 6F/6T transmissions have put many trans techs kids through college.
 
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Mr. Kitty Litter

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It’s still fairly new. Though thankfully it seems Ford has done all the engineering on that one.

The 6F/6T transmissions have put many trans techs kids through college.

I bet it has.

I just slapped one in our 09 Malibu. :o

3-5-R wave plate cracked and made the damn thing grenade itself.
 

tommylightning

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I know at some point they were working on project jointly on a large SUV platform. I don’t think it ever came to fruition. Mainly transmissions and autonomous driving technology
 

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Yes.

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