MACKINAC CITY, Mich., May 31 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. missed a chance to seize the lead in addressing environmental concerns and allowed its sedan styling to go stale in recent years, Executive Chairman Bill Ford Jr. said on Thursday. "My only regret now is that we didn't move further faster," said Ford, who stepped down as chief executive last September. Ford said the No. 2 U.S. automaker had not been aggressive enough in revamping the styling of its passenger cars as it tried to ...
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