Remember, THAT car was not a Lincoln . . .tho no doubt about the Continental MKII
Mulally is not anti-RWD, he is anti wasteful spending. If the business case for a RWD platform is made and solid it will go through.Well, as popular as it is, I don't see how Ford could justify the cost of a one-model RWD platform (i.e. Mustang). Why not spread the cost around to some other variants like a sedan? Everyone's saying how "anti-RWD" Mulally is. I don't think that's necessarily the case. I just think he's trying to make a business case for a RWD car chassis, and that plan hasn't yet come to fruition, or been made public.