Ford Motor Co. plans to build an all-new family of V-6 engines to replace the 3.0L Vulcan in the Taurus and the solid, but low-tech, 3.8L V-6 currently offered in the Windstar, Ward's has learned. The engine is just one in a series of new engine developments now underway at Ford. The company also plans to announce later this month a major boost in V-8 engine production at its Windsor, Ont., engine plant — the second time it has done so this year — for engines needed for the upcoming ...

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