The Ford Model K was a four-seater car, built by Ford in the United States.
It was introduced in the year 1906. The car had a six-cylinder in-line engine with a displacement of 6636cc which produced 40bhp was (29 kW). This was the same engine which powered the Models F and N.
The chassis was provided to customers with a drive shaft, front-engine, rear-wheel drive. The customer used an out of house coachbuilder. The chassis was between 2896mm to 3048mm long.
Like all Fords at the beginning of the last century, the K also had a planetary gear for gear selection.
By the end of 1908, this car was replaced by the Model T.