PLYMOUTH, MI – Ford Motor Co. will utilize a common platform for upcoming versions of its Ford Fusion, Mercury Milan and Lincoln MKZ sedans and several of its European products, including the Ford Mondeo and some Volvo models, a high-level manager confirms. “We’re going to have a common C/D platform,” says Pete Lamoureux, manager of C3P deployment delivery. “It’s going to be huge volumes and large economies of scale.” Lamoureux, who oversees information technology systems used to share ...

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