Ford Motor Co.’s new 3.5L Duratec 35 V-6 engine will power the Lincoln Zephyr beginning with model year ’07, Ward’s has learned. Built at Ford’s Lima, OH, plant, the 250-hp engine is the same one that will be used to power the upcoming Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX cross/utility vehicles, unveiled this week at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The plant was given a $335 million overhaul in 2003 and is part of Ford’s flexible manufacturing scheme. (See related story: ...

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