DEARBORN – The auto maker that contrived the Year of the Car for 2004 charges into the new year hungry for results. Having kicked off a steady diet of new car launches and laying out a buffet of senior management amendments last year, Ford Motor Co. gears up for a 2005 in which a fresh trio of C-segment sedans, revised versions of its midsize SUVs, another hybrid cross/utility vehicle and a second crack at the luxury pickup market highlight the menu. Ford hopes Mustang’s success is ...
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