BOULDER, CO – Ford Motor Co.’s EcoBoost engine has yet to officially hit the market, but engineers already are devising ways to improve on the turbocharged, direct-injected mill. The first-generation EcoBoost engine, based on Ford’s normally aspirated 3.5L Duratec V-6, arrives at dealerships later this summer in the ’10 Taurus SHO and Lincoln MKS. The SHO features a tuned version of the engine that produces 365 hp at 5,500 rpm and 350 ft.-lbs (475 Nm) of torque. The standard EcoBoost ...

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