DEARBORN – Ford Motor Co. will further penetrate the cross/utility vehicle (CUV) segment in 2004, Ward’s has learned. Sources say the vehicle -- code-named D219 and resembling a fusion of beefy wagon and streamlined SUV -- will roll off the line at Ford’s Chicago Assembly Plant. Chris Theodore, Ford’s vice president-North American product, confirms the No.2 auto maker has a CUV in its pipeline, having previously stated “segment-busters” are under development. See related story Asked ...

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