Thanks for the share. it is neat to see, but I don't feel it should be done. It DOES look like that would be close to the real thing, and not to throw people off, just based on spy images of other vehicles....
Even though I like the new styling. It is lazy on ford's part. Take one SINGLE style, have a box of constraints for each platform, and just stretch the look to fit the size. I like heritage in design, but it doesn't need to be the same across a whole brand. It is simply lazy and probably another way to save money.
1959 ford galaxie 332, 2013 ford fusion titanium, 1971 ford f-100, 1968 sportster, 1970 triumph bonneville