Ford Motor Co. is taking a cautious look at producing the next-generation Australian Falcon in the U.S., sources say. Ford is studying the potential for building Australia’s Falcon in the U.S. Such a move apparently would be a number of years down the road, but Ford reportedly has ordered studies to see if the Falcon would be suitable for the U.S. market. And Ford executives recently discussed with Ward’s the pros and cons of aligning the Falcon with the company’s U.S. ...

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