Taurus SHO Returns With Twin-Turbo EcoBoost V-6

2010 Ford Taurus

An iconic “sleeper” performance car returns to the Ford lineup, with a Super High Output (SHO) EcoBoost twin turbocharged engine. The 2010 Taurus SHO builds on the legacy of the original, which earned a spot on the Car and Driver 10Best list four times.

Introduced in 1989, Taurus SHO was conceived as a discreet performance-oriented sports sedan. Produced through 1999, more than 100,000 were sold. The new 2010 Taurus SHO is powered by a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V-6 engine, generating an estimated 365 horsepower. A key feature of this advanced engine is gasoline direct injection, resulting in improved throttle response, reduced cold start emissions characteristics and improved fuel economy.

The driveline combines a high-capacity six-speed 6F55 SelectShift transmission with a sophisticated torque-sensing All-Wheel Drive System. SelectShift provides conventional automatic operation or a manual shift mode allowing performance-minded drivers to “match-rev” downshifts and “hold” selected gears for precise control.

It is contemporized with the incorporation of a standard All-Wheel Drive System that engages automatically and unobtrusively. SHO also features a sport-tuned suspension with unique shock absorbers, springs, stabilizer bars, strut mount bushings and steering calibration.

An optional SHO Performance Package adds even more high-performance capability.

The 2010 Taurus SHO offers an impressive array of standard convenience features including:

  • Intelligent Access with Push Button Start
  • MyKey(TM) programmability
  • Easy Fuel(TM) Capless Fuel Filler System
  • Ford SYNC(R) fully-integrated, voice-activated communications and entertainment system

Taurus SHO also comes standard with the full array of safety equipment and features offered across the Taurus range.

3 Comments

  • busybee
    February 17, 2009 - 9:15 pm | Permalink

    I notice you don’t mention price in this post. I’m curious how much it will go for. I can’t say that I’m enthusiastic about a Taurus comeback, though. Never cared for the Taurus originally and know several people who had nothing but problems with the ones they owned. I would have to wait to see what the first buyers say before even considering it.

  • TaurusLover
    March 23, 2009 - 10:43 am | Permalink

    Fine, but is the Taurus 2010’s transnission system improved? If it is the same as the Taurus 2000s series, it is a failure.

  • November 10, 2009 - 10:11 am | Permalink

    i think this is a joke a twin turbo trash on wheels lev it to the imports or a real car to have twin turbos ford is trying to hard all they are going to do is get worse

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