The Ford Futura is a great car, the Ford Australia produced. He was a 4-door sedan and 5-door station wagon available. The Futura is part of the BF-series of the Australian Ford Falcon but became known as Ford Futura rather than Ford Falcon Futura marketed. First, the name appeared on a luxury sedan, the XL series of the Ford Falcon, which was released in 1962. In 1966 the name was dropped in the XR series again, but in 1969 he appeared in the XW series again. In 1976, he was gone in the XC series again to emerge in the 1993 ED series again. Since then, it used Ford Australia without interruption.
The Ford company used the model name Futura occasionally in the United States. In the 1950s there was a prototype called Lincoln Futura, which constituted the basis for the Batmobile, which was later used in the television series Batman. In the early 1960s, there was the American Ford Falcon, a superior equipped coupe under the name Futura, as well as the Ford Fairmont in the 1970s.
Originally the end of 2005, published in the U.S. Ford Fusion should be marketed as Futura. The model but was renamed after a court ruling to the naming rights even before its release. Futura is one of the chain auto parts stores Pep Boys and is used as a name for their tires.
In the 2000s there were at Ford of Europe, various special models with the name Futura.
The Australian Ford Falcon Collection, 1989