Ford Motor Co. CEO Alan Mulally says all the company’s cars and cross/utility vehicles will be offered with 4-cyl. engines by 2013 and hints the auto maker may be adding head-up display technology to its portfolio. Mulally makes his remarks at the 55th annual meeting of Ford shareholders today in Wilmington, DE. For the ’09 model year, 41% of Ford, Lincoln and Mercury cars and CUVs were built with 4-cyl. engines for the U.S. market, according to Ward’s data. The new revelation signals ...

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