Ford to derive more models from 1 platform

Kranz, Rick
January 2002
Automotive News;1/28/2002, Vol. 76 Issue 5968, p18
Trade Publication
Reports the development of several Ford Motor Corp. nameplates from a single platform in Detroit, Michigan. Use of Mazda 6 platform in the manufacture of vehicles; Alteration in the ratio of derivatives to a platform; Suspension components of 2003 Volvo XC90.


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