NEW YORK – Ford Motor Co. President and CEO Alan Mullaly says the all-new ’11 Explorer will be exported to 90 countries, but not to China, at least initially. Mullaly took part here in one of nine North American extravaganza's Ford simultaneously staged to provide the public with its first reveal of the Explorer this week. He also appeared on NBC's Today Show to lift the curtain on the car-based utility-vehicle for a national TV audience. “We finally have a world car in the Explorer,” ...

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