|11-12-2012 07:09 PM|
|05focusST91||Bring this here please!!!!!!!|
|11-12-2012 06:52 PM|
|11-12-2012 06:04 PM|
|ViperThreat||I want to be excited, but I just cant. Too many rumors and hear say for the past 10 years with the RS coming stateside.|
|11-12-2012 05:30 PM|
|11-12-2012 02:29 PM|
|WiscoGTI||We'll never get it. Nice to think about, though.|
|11-12-2012 02:10 PM|
" However, the car wasn't really an Escort at all, being based from a Sierra floorpan and mechanics, including its longitudinally mounted engine, and was merely clothed in body panels to resemble a Mark V."
"In 1988, a new Cosworth was produced which was based on the Sierra Sapphire saloon. 13,140 were produced until it was replaced in 1990 by a four-wheel-drive version, the Sierra Sapphire RS Cosworth 4x4, of which 12,250 were built. Its replacement came in the form of the Escort RS Cosworth which appeared in 1992, which used a shortened and developed version of the Sierra platform and running gear but clothed with an Escort-esque bodyshell and the return of the whale-tail spoiler."
|11-12-2012 01:44 PM|
|jinstall||The Sierra was RWD/AWD and shared the same with the Escort FWD/AWD using similar drive trains.|
|11-12-2012 01:43 PM|
|jinstall||Less than 20 years ago the switch was from FERWD/AWD to FEFWD/AWD|
|11-12-2012 01:41 PM|
|jinstall||Upcoming CD platforms can have a FERWD layout. All past CD platforms have had a FWD/AWD layout.|
|11-12-2012 01:35 PM|
Also, when I mention FWD Bias I mean that the engine is transversely mounted engine.
For those who don't know CD Platform cars include Fusion, MKZ, Edge, MKX, some other future models.
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