NEW YORK — Mazda Motor Corp. may engineer the Ford Motor Co.'s future front-wheel-drive C/D midsize vehicle under its “Millennium Plan” designed to give the Japanese carmaker, 34% owned by Ford, a more vital role. The plan seeks to reestablish itself as the maker of expressive products and reasonable profits. The company's vital role includes responsibility for engineering Ford's future C/D midsize vheicles, a classification that exists in Japan and Europe and includes Ford of Europe's ...

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