NEW DELHI — Ford Motor India plans to export completely-knocked down (CKD) units of its mid-size Ikon passenger car beginning in the fourth quarter, Managing Director Phil Spender said at a function here to showcase two Ikon concept models created by famed auto designer Dilip Chhabria. The company initially will export Ikon CKDs to South America and South Africa but also is exploring other global markets. Ford will make several changes in the car to meet the emissions and safety standards ...
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