2016 Ford Taurus Redesign, Release and Changes

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2016 Ford Taurus Redesign

The older Taurus SHO was actually based on the older model of the Taurus, so it had one of the heaviest chassis in the medium car segment. However, starting with the year 2015 Ford is going to move the Taurus to a new platform derived from that of the Fusion, so it will not only be as heavy as before but also quite a bit more nimble as well as much easier to use. From what we know so far it seems that the 2016 Ford Taurus SHO will be a massively improved version of the Fusion rather than the older Taurus.

Ford made full use of its global design and development resources to create the Taurus. Early in the design process, designers and engineers from around the world immersed themselves in China to gain a deeper understanding of the market and key cultural factors influencing design and vehicle preferences. In-depth research of target customers – accomplished, respected professionals helped to fine-tune design and engineering targets to create an exceptional new vehicle.

“The Ford Taurus was created for highly sophisticated consumers in China who need an equally sophisticated vehicle for both business and personal use,” said Marin Burela, president, Changan Ford Automobile Co. “With a powerful, confident and inviting design, a spacious and elegant interior, impeccable craftsmanship, compelling performance and advanced technology, the Ford Taurus makes no compromises as an innovative flagship sedan.”

2016 Ford Taurus Interior

2016 Ford Taurus Price

Pricing for the new 2016 Ford Taurus has been set at $48,400 – $55,000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2016 Ford Taurus we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.

2016 Ford Taurus Redesign

There is also going to be quite a lot of work done on the interior of the 2016 Ford Taurus SHO. While it will be based on the Fusion and on the normal model of the Taurus, the interior for the SHO is going to use premium materials such as leather as well as aluminum. On top of that, the seats as well as the steering wheel are going to be unique to the SHO model. The outside of the Ford Taurus SHO 2016 on the other hand will feature a minimalistic look based on that of the normal Taurus. The only real changes are going to be a slightly different body kit which will aid the car at high speed as well as a different set of 19 inch rims equipped with high performance tires. Besides that, there are only going to be minor design changes like slightly different headlights and mirrors that are there to set it apart from the base car.

2016 Ford Taurus Future

2016 Ford Taurus Release Date

The platform underpinning the new Taurus is a stretched version of the Blue Oval’s CD4 design, found in a variety of existing models such as the Fusion as well as the Edge crossover and Lincoln MKZ. The stretched version of the CD4 platform will be common to the 2016 Lincoln Continental, previewed earlier this month in concept form at the 2015 New York Auto Show.

2016 Ford Taurus Specs

At the front of the vehicle, a shield-like, clipped trapezoidal five-bar grille is positioned prominently and flanked by slender, modern headlamps with signature daytime running lights and LED projector lamp technology. Chrome rings house supplemental LED driving lights.

In silhouette, a powerful hood profile and planted architecture give the Taurus a sense of solidity and harmony. Designers elevated the exterior with fine details on the sides, including upswept highlight trim on the doors. Polished 19-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels help to give a bold and premium stance.

The Taurus features a clipped trapezoidal five-bar grille flanked by sleek LED headlamps with signature DRLs and LED fog lights. At the rear, the sedan gets multi-piece LED taillights connected by a bright chrome bar and integrated chrome exhaust tips. The Taurus rides on polished 19-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels.

The Taurus measure five metres from nose to tail and sits on a 2.95m wheelbase, making it roughly 50mm longer overall than the Falcon and 110mm longer between the wheels (and 130mm and 100mm larger than the Mondeo, respectively) its long wheelbase designed to deliver the kind of “abundant second-row legroom” that is highly sought-after in the Chinese market.

2016 Ford Taurus Concept

Other features designed specifically for its chauffer-driven target market include power-reclining rear seats with lumbar adjustment and a massage function, a rear control panel in the centre armrest for operation of the vehicle’s climate, seat and media settings, and cupholders designed to securely hold different-sized tea bottles.

At the rear of the vehicle, multi-piece LED tail lights incorporate a distinctive signature appearance. A bright chrome bar connecting the tail lights highlights the vehicle’s width for a sense of understated athleticism. Integrated chrome exhaust tips complete the rear and offer another discreet hint at performance.

2016 Ford Taurus Engine

2016 Taurus should bring more than an upgraded version of the current engine options. Especially, look for a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder offered in the new Mustang to migrate to the Taurus. A turbocharged V6 models also tend to base; Currently, only SHO trim levels offer a high performance turbo V6. To further improve fuel economy, the new Taurus will offer a nine-speed transmission. V6 models while returning 23 mpg combined (19 city / 29 highway).

In a first for a Ford vehicle in China, the Taurus has power-reclining rear seats with optional adjustable lumbar support and a massage function, helping both rear passengers arrive refreshed at their destination in business-class comfort. Folding down the center seat cushion – friction-hinged for a premium feel reveals a rear-seat control panel for air conditioning, seat functions and car media. Folding it up allows the vehicle to comfortably accommodate three rear passengers with a 40/20/40 rear-seat layout.

Powered by Ford’s new high-output, twin-turbo 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 engine, the Taurus has the effortless power to match its elegant appearance. Drawing from the best of the Ford EcoBoost engine family, this new world-class engine delivers power in a stronger, smarter package. Lightweight materials and advanced controls help the engine to set a new standard for power density and efficiency.

“Beautiful design, craftsmanship, refinement, comfort and power help the Taurus to rise above the typical large sedan, but they are only part of the story,” said Burela. “We look forward to sharing more about our new premium business sedan over the months ahead.”

The 2016 Taurus should carry over upgraded versions of current engine choices. Notably, look for the turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder offered in the new Mustang to migrate to the Taurus. A turbocharged V6 is also likely for the base model; currently, only the high-performance SHO trim level offers a turbo V6. To further boost fuel economy, the new Taurus will offer a nine-speed transmission. The current V6 model returns 23 mpg combined (19 city/29 highway).

Only one engine has been announced so far, a twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter V-6. Expect front-wheel drive to be standard and all-wheel drive to be an option. We can export more engines to be offered in U.S.-spec cars, including a naturally aspirated mill. It’s not clear yet if there will be a high-performance SHO model once again, but we have our fingers crossed.

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