Ford Motor Co.’s aggressive Hurricane engine program has been shelved due to cost concerns, Ward’s learns. The auto maker was planning to build a 6.2L V-8 in Romeo, MI, designed to trump Chrysler Group’s successful Hemi V-8 powerplant, but multiple sources within the company say the engine has been put on hold indefinitely because the investment is too high and Ford’s immediate spending priorities don’t include winning the horsepower war. (See related story: Ford Approves Hemi Fighting ...

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