Motor Trend caught the 2010 Ford Taurus testing. It will carry some elements of Europe’s "kinetic design" styling, but also design elements from current North American vehicles.
The 2010 Taurus will still be offered as a front-drive model, but AWD will be offered as an option. It will be offered in two different options: the current car’s Volvo-sourced D platform and the Mazda-derived CD3 platform that underpins the new Flex crossover.
Under the hood there will be the same EcoBoost family of engines that will first debut in the Lincoln MKS.