DEARBORN, MI – Ford enters unchartered waters with the announcement it will build a 1.0L 3-cyl. turbocharged direct-injected EcoBoost engine, its smallest production engine ever. Derrick Kuzak, Ford group vice president-global product development, says the time is right for the diminutive engine, which will be sold in all global markets, including North America. Five years ago, when Kuzak announced the arrival of the EcoBoost engine lineup, the strategy was met with skepticism, and he ...
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