Introducing the New 2014 Ford Taurus

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  • 3.5L EcoBoost V6 Engine
  • Adaptive Cruise Control and Collision Warning with Brake Support
  • Multicontour Front Seats with Active Motion
  • Performance And Handling

3.5L EcoBoost V6 Engine

V8 power, V6-like fuel efficiency*

Direct injection and turbochargin
365 horsepower, 350 lb.-ft of torque**

EPA-estimated rating of

17 / 25
City / Hwy
*EPA-estimated rating of 17 city/25 hwy/20 combined mpg. 3.5L EcoBoost AWD. Actual mileage will vary.
**Figures achieved using premium unleaded fuel.

Adaptive Cruise Control and Collision Warning with Brake Support...
A major step beyond conventional cruise control.

Available adaptive cruise control (ACC) functions just like normal cruise control, but with one exception: When the system is activated and its sensors detect traffic slowing ahead your vehicle automatically slows to maintain the distance you've set. And when traffic has cleared, your vehicle resumes at the preset speed. Collision warning with brake support (included with ACC) can alert you if it senses a potential collision with the car in front of you. A "heads-up" display, which simulates brake lights, flashes on the windshield. If you don't react in time, the brakes will precharge and increase brake-assist sensitivity to provide full responsiveness when you brake. Adaptive cruise control and collision warning with brake support are option on Taurus Limited and SHO models.

*Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver's judgement.

Multicontour Front Seats with Active Motion

Enjoy a soothing, relaxing lumbar massage with this innovative class-exclusive feature.** - There are front seats. And there are the lumbar-massaging, muscle fatigue-reducing, nerve-stimulating, awareness-heightening vehicle front seats available in the 2014 Ford Taurus. - Designed to help reduce driver muscle fatigue and enhance blood flow in the legs and lower back.

*Available in the Limited and SHO models.
**Class is Full-Size Sedans.

Performance And Handling...
There's no such thing as too much control

Torque Vectoring Control uses braking to adjust the speed between the front wheels while you're accelerating through a corner, forcing the front end to hug the inside of the curve and provide a better grip.

Curve Control uses braking to slow you down when it senses that you're going too fast into a particular curve.

This kind of technology is usually only found on premium vehicles.

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