COLOGNE, Germany – Ford President and CEO Alan Mulally joins European management for the celebration of the volume-production start of the new 1.0L 3-cyl. EcoBoost gasoline engine at the auto maker’s plant here. The Cologne engine facility is seeing a significant change in its production program. The first serial 1.0L powerplant left the plant Wednesday and the last 4.0L V-6 engine was built Thursday. The new 1.0L engine is Ford’s smallest gasoline powerplant. The turbocharged direct- ...

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