The city of Dallas files suit against Ford Motor Co., seeking information about the auto maker’s fuel-tank technology testing. The suit follows the October death of a Dallas police officer who was killed when his Crown Victoria Police Interceptor (CVPI) burst into flames after it was rear-ended at 80 mph (130 km/h). Among other things, Dallas wants to know why the auto maker’s SVT Mustang Cobra features a fuel tank lined with a protective bladder. The CVPI’s tank does not contain a ...

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