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Ford Taurus: America’s Smartest

Sedan Gets Even Smarter


Building on the foundation of technology leadership, the next Ford Taurus adds new features and offerings to the robust array of
technologies introduced on the completely reinvented 2010 model. These include adaptive cruise control and collision warning with brake
support, Intelligent Access with push-button start, BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System with cross-traffic alert), multicontour seats with
Active Motion™ and rain-sensing wipers. For 2013, Taurus adds:

Remote Start Heated sideview mirrors


Enhanced brake System adds with auto-dimming
booster gives customer Taurus features a new, Available satellite and puddle lamp
improved pedal feel convenience more muscular hood and HD Radio™ functionalities

EcoBoost™ I-4
engine can Taurus SHO features
improve highway a unique decklid
fuel economy spoiler, improving
by up to 20 percent aerodynamics
on SE, SEL and
Limited series

Dramatic
LED taillamps
Projector headlamps
offer improved
with LED park/turn
illumination and
features
quicker activation

Battery
management Taurus SHO models
system improves feature larger
fuel economy brakes

Taurus SHO
features a unique Curve control
black mesh adds brake
grille, providing a forces if a curve
distinctive look is entered too
quickly

Active grille shutter


system in SE, SEL
and Limited models Taurus offers a wide
increases highway range of wheel and
fuel economy tire combinations
by improving in 17-, 18-, 19- and
aerodynamics 20-inch sizes
Revised powertrain Variable- Twin independent variable camshaft Standard torque vectoring control Taurus SHO
mounts for NVH dispacement timing (Ti-VCT) helps the standard provides an effect similar to a limited- features unique
control air conditioning 3.5-liter V6 deliver improved highway slip differential, using slight braking front fender
compressor helps fuel economy, while providing 27 forces to properly distribute torque vent branding
conserve fuel additional horsepower in comparison among driven wheels. This improves
to the previous standard V6 vehicle responsiveness when cornering

4/2011 for more information, go to media.ford.com