Ford Motor Co.’s next-generation Fusion and Mondeo sedans most likely will share a platform and a number of common components, says the auto maker’s top executive. The Fusion, sold primarily in North America, and the Mondeo, a popular European offering, are similar in size but share few components. But designing unique vehicles for different global markets is a practice Ford no longer can afford, President and CEO Alan Mulally says in a presentation at the Morgan Stanley Global ...

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