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Ford Head of Product Development Addresses Four-Cylinder Ford Mustang and Independent Rear Suspension Rumors

At the 2012 Detroit Auto Show, Ford's head of product development Derrick Kuzak addressed some of the rumors circulating about their famed Mustang sports car. Though many of Kuzak's answers are vague and don't give a real conclusion, some reading in between the lines gives us a hint of things to come.

In terms of independent rear suspension being a possibility for the next-generation Mustang, Kuzak stated that it was a tad early to even speak about it but that recognizing Ford's commitment to product excellence, "it will probably give you a sense of direction we [Ford] have." But things got interesting when asked about a four-cylinder Mustang, Kuzak answered with:

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