Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. cancels plans to build the Focus small car in Australia, citing changing global economic conditions. Instead it will build 4-cyl. versions of its Falcon sedan powered by a new 2.0L EcoBoost engine. It is the first rear-wheel-drive car from Ford to feature EcoBoost technology, which combines turbocharging with direct injection. After assessing the global requirements and costs of producing the next Focus, Ford Australia determined it could not make a ...

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