J Mays can hardly contain his bravado as Ford Motor Co. unveils its 427 concept sedan. "This car is a bad-ass," he tells reporters. "It’s got great attitude. You don’t put it in the garage the day you buy it. You bring it home on a sunny day, you leave it in the driveway and let and your neighbor eat his heart out. The styling is aggressive. It’s intimidating." Emboldened now, as if feeding off energy from the car’s "menacingly blunt" face, Mays, Ford vice president-design, throws down ...
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