Ford Motor Co. Australia Ltd. is mulling the addition of two new derivatives to the flagship rear-wheel-drive Falcon line in order to better chase its chief competitor. Ford Australia President Tom Gorman says there is demand for a super cab and all-wheel-drive versions of the Falcon Ute. Ford considers going after Holden's Cross6. “We are looking at it; it is definitely under consideration," he says, pointing to rival Holden Ltd. success with the super cab Crewman Cross6 and Cross8 ...
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