ROMEO, MI – After nearly two years of development, testing and promotion, Ford Motor Co. is set to launch its direct-injection, turbocharged EcoBoost engine. Although the engine doesn’t arrive at dealerships until this summer, where it initially will be offered as an option on the ’10 Lincoln MKS flagship sedan, Ford invites a small group of journalists to its Michigan Proving Ground here to test the new mill. After several hours of driving the ’10 MKS and Lincoln MKT cross/utility ...

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