Originally Posted by MrRoboto
This is kinda my point. Dont you think domestic manufactures should be more focused on volume these days as opposed to showpieces?
They are...the Taurus is a high volume offering. The SHO isn't costing them a lot of money to produce. It's just an engine option (that's is/will be available in a lot of different models) and a trim package. What they're doing is looking to add some sales to an existing high volume car.
It makes perfect sense. You've got the chassis, and you've got a higher performance engine that will work with it, why not combine them and snag a few more sales?