NEW YORK – Ford Motor Co. is at the forefront of vehicle styling in Europe and plans to adopt a global DNA for all its passenger cars, particularly the B-segment, says J Mays, group vice president and chief creative officer. “I would say we’ve gone from being a would-be Teutonic brand over the last four years to the design leader in Europe,” Mays tells Ward’s at a media event here. “I think we design better-looking cars in Europe than anybody, regardless of who you name over there.” The ...

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