Ford Motor Co.’s chief engineer on the Escape Hybrid program, Mary Ann Wright, adds director-hybrid programs to her duties. The move comes as Ford wraps up preparation for launch of the long-anticipated Hybrid Escape. Wright says the Escape is slated for a late summer introduction and initial sales are pegged at 20,000 units. She will continue to oversee the launch. Mary Ann Wright (left) and NASCAR driver Kurt Busch look under hood of 2005 Ford Escape Hybrid. In her new role, ...

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