Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. says no decision has been made on a front-wheel-drive replacement for its locally built rear-wheel-drive Falcon sedan. A spokesman tells the Herald Sun newspaper in Melbourne it’s too early to speculate about the future of the Falcon, even though J Mays, Ford Motor Co.’s global design chief, hints strongly at this week’s North American International Auto Show that the days of a rear-drive Australian-built Falcon are over. The auto maker reportedly is ...
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