Ford CD4 platform

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Ford CD4 platform
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Overview
ManufacturerFord Motor Company
Production2012–present
Body and chassis
ClassMid-size (D) (Mondeo/Fusion/MKZ)
Full-size (E) (Continental/Taurus)
RelatedFord EUCD platform
Ford C1 platform
Chronology
PredecessorFord CD3 platform
Ford EUCD platform
Ford D3 platform(Continental)

The Ford CD4 platform is a Ford global midsize/fullsize automobile platform. The transverse engine[1] platform is designed for either front or all-wheel drive and Ford's hybrid powertrain.

Ford Motor Company developed the CD4 platform, as part of the One Ford strategy, to allow them to cut months of development time, reduce costs and bring vehicles to market faster.

The following vehicles are built on this platform:

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