At the 1999 Detroit auto show, Ford Motor Co. proves there still are plenty more definitions to go around for the automotive term “hybrid.” That's the description Ford bosses and new design chief J. Mays are calling on to describe two new versions of truck and sport/utility vehicles (SUVs) slated for production early in 2000. Playing on Ford's continuing dominance in the still-expanding U.S. truck/SUV segments, Ford unveils the husky F-150 Crew Cab, a truck with four full-size doors and a ...
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