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With the new Escape, Ford’s globalization of its product portfolio is one step closer to being complete. For those wondering about its name, the vehicle will continue to don the Kuge nameplate outside North America.
650 horsepower and 600 lbs.-ft. of torque. From the factory. Pause and think about it.
While this most likely won’t be an upgrade of 2011 proportions, it will still be an important milestone to keep the Mustang competitive — as well as top-of-mind.
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Ford will have some compelling front-wheel drive fire power at the upcoming L.A. Auto Show.
Ford has confirmed that its next-generation global commercial van lineup will utilize a single architecture. In a presentation from the UBS Frankfurt Auto Show Investor Conference in Germany earlier this[…]