Ford Motor Co.’s all-new CUV, tentatively named CrossTrainer, will boast what is fast becoming the auto maker’s signature feature on non-car products – independent rear suspension (IRS). Ford CrossTrainer Sources tell Ward’s the all-new ’04 vehicle – codenamed D219 and scheduled for production at Ford’s Chicago Assembly Plant – also will feature tuned suspension packages, such as those designed for touring and “sport” applications. The supplier is ZF Lemforder Corp., making ...

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