ZX2 is last remnant of Ford Escort. Notwithstanding Ford Motor Co.’s centennial celebrations, June’s arrival marks a significant step in the auto maker’s retreat from disaster. In addition to June 10’s official rollout of the first redesigned F-150, confirmation prototypes of two new vehicles will be assembled that same week at Ford’s Chicago Assembly Plant (CAP). And by month’s end, ZX2 production will have ceased. These moves are at least symbolic, given the emphasis placed ...

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