1977年福特XC Falcon Hardtop汽车模型摄影及车型历史介绍红米模型 2019-03-11 共549人围观 ，发现0个评论
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The Ford Falcon (XC) is a full-size car that was produced by Ford Australia from 1976 to 1979. It was the third and last iteration of the third generation of this Australian-made model and also included the Ford Fairmont (XC)—the luxury-oriented version of the Falcon.
The XC series was a facelift of the XB Falcon, itself an upgrade of the XA Falcon which had entered production in 1972. Introduced in July 1976, the XC was the first model to comply with the new pollution regulations specified under Australian Design Rule 27A. The response to the 1st of July 1976, mandatory anti-pollution laws (ADR 27A), was to redevelop the Falcon six cylinder engines with a cross-flow head for greater efficiency.
Visually, the XC Falcon was given a restyle treatment. The XC had an less aggressive nose which incorporated two round headlights on Falcon models and two rectangular headlights on Fairmont models. Ford also addressed the vision problems of the XA and XB by going to great expense and redesigning the rear door windows and installing an all-new dash and installing higher front seats. It was the last model Falcon to use coke bottle styling and was replaced with the XD Falcon in 1979.
Total production of the XC range reached 171,082 vehicles prior to the replacement of the XC by the XD Falcon in March 1979.