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Ford had an interesting take on cutaways at this year’s NAIAS. You could walk right between two halves of a cutaway Ford Flex. One half was a body shell with a bare interior, so you could examine the construction of the cars’ superstructure. The other half was a fully equipped Flex that looked as though it was run through a band saw, in other words, a complete cutaway car. Unlike most engine cutaways, that reveal different components at different depths, the engine on this flex was simply cut in half, giving a sectional view. It was a novel take on an old idea and from the looks of the engineers poking around the engine cutaway every time I passed the display, they liked the idea.