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Oct 30, 2019 · Published Oct 30, 2019. Released in 1956 and only lasting three years, the Edsel model is one of Ford's biggest failures. Here are some surprising facts about the car. The Ford Motor Company is known for launching successful car brands and on the 19th of November 1956, it floated the Edsel car brand – but unlike other times, this didn’t end well.
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Aug 10, 2019 · The Edsel is the first new make of car among major automakers in 19 years. In our time, the introduction of a new line of automobiles has become incredibly expensive. The new Edsel represents an investment of $250,000,000. [Editor’s note: That’s about $2.2 billion in 2019 dollars,]
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The Edsel was supposed to be everything American car buyers wanted; however, it was a terrible flop. Ford started developing the Edsel in 1955, based on polling data from car shoppers — but unfortunately, the company disregarded much of the data from the polls. Ford's marketing department also overpromised on the Edsel.