The Onion News Network covered Ford's exciting unveil of the 1993 Taurus for the 2010 model year. At $650 it's designed to fulfill the needs of Americans in challenging economic times. Video below.
The new Ford Taurus SHO is a pretty sweet ride, but the fellas at Mobsteel have gotten their hands on one and blacked it out, smoothed things over and slammed it to the ground. We're not sure about this one.
It seems that at least a couple of Taurus SHOs show up to any given 24 Hours Of LeMons race, so I've become quite familiar with the sound of this engine at full scream.
The 2010 Ford Taurus wants to become to full-size sedans what the F-150 is to trucks: the standard by which all others are judged. That's an incredibly ambitious goal for an utterly conventional car.
Normally, when we review an exciting new performance car, we like to use a dramatic burnout shot. Unfortunately, the 2010 Ford Taurus SHO barely chirps its front wheels on its 5.2-second trip to 60 MPH.
Using "cross-traffic alert," the new 2010 Taurus will, in the words of Ford engineer Kelly Kohlstrand, "alert the driver if a vehicle is coming on to you from the rear." But what if you're single and looking?
Esquire's gotten the scoop on every automotive outlet, getting Ezra Dyer behind the wheel for an exclusive test drive of the 2010 Ford Taurus SHO. So, what's everyone's favorite hired driving gun think?
Think Conan O'Brien left his Yamaha-engined Ford Taurus back in New York when he moved out to LA to take the reins at the Tonight Show? Think again. Last night saw Conan's first Tonight Show as well as the return of his green SHO!
After little-Suzy-homemaker loses control of her fully-loaded-by-110-pounds-of-groceries shopping cart, will it set off the side airbags on your 2010 Ford Taurus at a speed of 10 MPH? Let's find out.
As a general rule, I'm not a huge fan of the "glue random crap all over a generic vehicle" school of art car creation. Still, it's sad to see such a car in the junkyard.
Conan O'Brien's a car guy, and given his age, he obviously is the right fit for only one or two performance cars (re: 1980s). His weapon of choice? None other than the Ford Taurus SHO. We're not sure if he still owns it, but if he doesn't, here's a picture of him from a better time.