ANN ARBOR, MI –Ford Motor Co. marketers and designers make clear the Transit Connect Family One concept is not a “minivan,” responding to the word as if it were a 7-letter expletive. The new concept, introduced at the recent New York auto show, is based on Ford’s Transit Connect small commercial vehicle, which has been on the market in Europe since 2003 and is slated to hit the U.S. this summer. A full-electric version is due in 2010. Unlike the commercial version, the Transit Connect ...

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