Ford-UAW deal shifts most car output to outside U.S.Mon, 09, Nov 2015
UAW leaders approved a tentative labor contract with Ford that could lead to most car production leaving the U.S. by the end of the decade. Production of four U.S.-built cars, the C-Max, Focus, Fusion and Taurus, would last only through current product lifecycles, according to a union summary of the deal released Monday.
Has the Taurus comeback story come to an end?Mon, 17, Aug 2015
Booming Ford banks on China product blitzSat, 25, Apr 2015
Ford, on a rampage in China, aims improve on its 4.3 percent market share in China this year by outpacing the market's expected 7 percent growth with an onslaught of new product, including a Taurus flagship sedan and a clutch of performance cars to burnish the brand's image.
Ford's Taurus redesign debuts in China while big sedans slump in U.S.Sat, 18, Apr 2015
Ford unveiled a redesigned Taurus here Saturday, saying the sedan will be aimed specifically at the Chinese market. There's still a growing appetite among Chinese buyers for large sedans, while in the United States demand has stagnated amid a consumer shift to roomier, utilitarian crossovers.
Taurus 101: It's a sales ranking, not a classMon, 16, Feb 2015
Ford rocked the auto world 30 years ago, and became a player again in the U.S. midsize sedan wars, when it replaced the slow-selling LTD with the pleasingly aerodynamic, front-wheel-drive Taurus. But the old magic is gone. The Taurus has fallen on hard times, along with the entire large sedan segment.