DETROIT -- Ford Motor Co. has been reticent to show off many of the concept vehicles it has under development, but that is about to change, says the auto maker’s U.S. product development chief. Ford, which exhibited just two concepts -- the Tonka truck and GT40 performance car -- at the recent auto show in Detroit, was outshone by a broader array of offerings from both General Motors Corp. and the Chrysler Group. "We're going to start opening the curtain on new products,” says Chris ...
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