Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. says the die has been set for the size and shape of the next Falcon family car, due out next year, even if it turns out to be the wrong vehicle at the wrong time. Ford Australia President Tom Gorman tells the Herald Sun newspaper the market could be tough for the new Falcon – codenamed Orion and scheduled for launch in 2008 – but the auto maker won’t make any major changes to the vehicle in reaction to the Australian public’s shift to smaller cars. “The ...

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