MADRID – Export shipments are under way of Ford’s locally built, second-generation Kuga cross/utility vehicles, as the auto maker looks to copy in Europe the sales success of its Escape CUV in the U.S. The Kuga, which shares its architecture and design with the U.S. Escape, is the first of 15 new models included in the restructuring strategy rolled out to the media by Ford CEO Alan Mulally in Amsterdam in September. Following the Kuga launch, Ford will unleash new EcoSport ...

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