DEARBORN, MI – Light-emitting-diode technology assumes a large role in Ford’s vehicle-interior strategy, accounting for all lighting inside the upcoming ’13 Fusion. The auto maker first used the technology to a limited degree inside the’03 Lincoln Navigator. Since then, LEDs have migrated to nearly every model in Ford’s portfolio, with applications increasing. While LEDs are pricier than traditional incandescent lighting, cost is made up in other ways, ...

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