• Jan 13th 2009 at 4:31PM
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The Ford Taurus has gained a reputation of being a very large, very safe, very sedate sedan. Ford wanted to add some adjectives, including attractive, modern, and contemporary, so the Blue Oval design team went back to the drawing board. The result? The 2010 Ford Taurus ditches the bulbous, boring sheetmetal for a thoroughly refreshing set of duds, and with the long awaited 3.5-liter, 355 hp Ecoboost engine finally coming... ladies and gentlemen... it's SHO time!

With our cameras rolling, we had the chance to talk with some of the people responsible for the all-new Taurus. Hit play above to see it for yourself, and if you want more details about Ford's new flagship sedan, hit our extensive preview by clicking here.

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