Ford Motor Co. says it plans to install energy-absorbing steel bars under the front and rear bumpers of all of its industrial-size pickup trucks for the '01 model year to reduce the risk that they could ride over cars in crashes. Ford also is considering adding the bars to 4-wheel-drive versions of its Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator sport/utility vehicles and the F-150 pickup truck. • Jaguar Cars Ltd. appoints Mike O'Driscoll executive vice president for Jaguar North America, ...

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