ASHEVILLE, NC – When it came time to craft the new ’10 Ford Taurus flagship sedan, Ford Motor Co. designers realized the U.S. sedan segment has changed over the years, and the vehicle no longer is considered a family car, the auto maker’s North American design chief says. In today’s market, “minivans and crossovers” are the new family vehicle of choice, says Moray Callum, executive eirector-Ford Americas design. “We needed to make some dramatic aesthetic and functional changes to the ...

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