As a subsidiary of the Detroit Ford Motor Company, it was expected that the European and British Fords would have similar designs. And they did, on numerous cars they produced in the â50s and â60s. One of the prime examples is the Ford Zephyr, a big family sedan they produced from 1962 to 1966.
This car looked like it was styled in Dearborn, Michigan, not in the UK. The massive grille, big dimensions and rear fins are quite big for a European car. Under the hood, there are either 1.7 liter four-cylinder or 2.6-liter straight six engines.