Continuing to serve American customers with an assortment of cars, trucks and sport utility vehicles, Ford's 2002 line-up consists of new products with mass as well as niche appeal. One of the brand's most popular vehicles, the Ford Explorer earns a sophisticated redesign for 2002 as a four-door vehicle. A two-door Ford Explorer Sport model continues to be sold based on the previous variation of the mid-sized sport utility vehicle. Resembling Ford's famed 1955-1957 personal convertible, a two-passenger convertible revives the Thunderbird name. The 2002 Ford Thunderbird is billed as a nostalgic-fueled cruising vehicle powered by a V-8 engine sourced from Jaguar. The economy-oriented 2002 Focus receives two models delivering an extra dose of performance kick. A heavily-tuned, three-door hatchback, the SVT Focus features 170-horsepower under the influence of a six-speed manual transmission. A five-door hatchback companion to the Ford Focus ZX3 and ZTS sedan, the new ZX5 model is providing performance of the 2.0-liter Zetec engine in its most practical form. For 2002, all Windstar minivans are fitted with dual sliding doors for easy rear passenger access.