DETROIT – Ford Motor Co. will step up the marketplace pressure, going to 3-year cycle times for most of its cars and trucks worldwide, says Derrick Kuzak, group vice president-global product development. Speaking here at the Automotive News World Congress, Kuzak also reveals how Ford will increase fuel economy at least 25% in its Explorer SUV as it shifts that vehicle from a body-on-frame to unibody architecture. The accelerated vehicle cycle plan is a key part of Ford’s recovery ...

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