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Could this be the next Ford 2012 FPV GT or Falcon ?


Digitally Altered Image of 2013 Taurus with FPV Logos

Could this be what the 2012 Ford Performance Vehicle (FPV) GT or even the 2011 Ford Faclon could look like ?

Ford USA last week at the New York Motorshow released the first look at the 2013 Ford Taurus, but the interesting point to come out this announcement is the fact that this design as well the V6 will be part of the new global “One Ford” corporate look. Which could mean this is what the next face lift of the Falcon, and as a result FPV range, could look like.

Ford is also already planing for the new Taurus’s engine the 2.0-liter four-cylinder EcoBoost to be a global Engine and to feature in the next Falcon facelift. It also has also now confirmed that the new 3.5-liter Ecoboost V6 which was featured in the Taurus will be part of the global range and could be offered in the next Falcon along side the 2.0Litre.

The Ecoboost Series of engines by Ford have already been on sale in the states for the last 18 months and features a turbocharger in conjunction with direct gasoline injection which results in boosted engine output, improved fuel economy and reduced engine emissions.

Will be interesting to see if the new Falcon does go down this design path as I think its a very nice looking shape and would suit the FPV range of models very well.


		

One response

  1. The new design falcon looks nice they should do the wagon in a long wheel base range for the back boot do the 1980s or 1990s for the back boot wagon they should bring the wagon back

    October 19, 2012 at 12:40 am

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