Ford Motor Co. announces a realignment of its global vehicle designers that it hopes will bring the energy of Mazda Motor Corp.’s “Zoom-Zoom” design philosophy to the U.S. auto maker’s North American passenger-car lineup. Ford owns a controlling interest in the Japanese car company. The appointment with the biggest impact is that of Moray Callum, formerly manager-Mazda Design Div., who is appointed as Ford’s design director-cars. Other appointments include Patrick Schiavone, named ...

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