Ford DEW platform
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The Ford DEW platform (or DEW98) is Ford Motor Company's midsize rear wheel drive automobile platform. The D/E nomenclature was meant to express an intermediate size between D and E class vehicles, while the W denoted a worldwide platform. The platform was developed by both Ford and Jaguar engineers, and debuted in the Lincoln LS sedan.
Ford's use of the platform ended in 2006, however Jaguar continues to use DEW98 even after Jaguar was sold to Tata Motors in 2008.
This platform is used in the following vehicles:
Cancelled vehicles that were to use this platform:
- 2004 Ford Fairlane
- 2004 Lincoln D310 - Became the CD3-based Lincoln Zephyr
- 2005 Ford Mustang - Used the D2C platform instead