Along with FoMoCo's release on the new Interceptor concept sedan we brought to you over the holiday weekend was a corollary release on a Ford design direction we'd thought gone the way of the dodo bird, those pigeons in London and of course, the 427 concept car from 2003. That thought-to-be extinct species would have to be the "squircle" — a made up word from Ford to show off the innovative and provocative design element consisting of a "partly square, professionally rounded circles." Ok, seriously now — do we need a press release touting the ability for a major automaker to round the edges of a square? Better yet, do we need a press release touting a major automaker instituting a design element found on not only the Ford Fusion but also on the heretofore already mentioned 427 concept? I mean, what's next — a separate release on how a car company's remembered to include tires on its concept car this time around? Fully squircled press release after the jump.
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