DEARBORN, MI – Small cars are playing a bigger role in the American car market, and Ford Motor Co. is considering jumping into the fray. “Size always mattered in one way,” and now “size is starting to matter in the opposite way,” says Peter Horbury, Ford North American Executive Director-Design. The auto maker recently rolled out two concept vehicles that clearly demonstrate this dichotomy – the massive F-250 Super Chief pickup and the diminutive Reflex passenger car – for media to ...
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