Ford S-Max: Drive With Pride

Ford S-Max is a new minivan produced by the famous car manufacturer. We still known nothing about it and haven’t seen tests of its practicability and drivability, perhaps that’s one of the Ford’s tricks in order to impress and catch customers at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

However, the first official images of the model are available. According to them, it is one of the 2nd gen cars. The car’s style has been created on the basis of the Mondeo sedan of the 5th gen. As a result, the radiator lattice is characterized by the style of Aston Martin, while the front part will feature slanting optics.

The interior of the model is supplied with multimedia Ford Sync system allowing measuring the glucose level and a warm rhythm. The overall style can be called conceptual.

It is known that the car will be equipped with a the newest V4 of 1,4 l with the power of 181 h.p. The driver will deal either with the six-step PowerShift or the six-step stick shift. The company can also use the engines from C-Max and Mondeo. It is known that the car will appear next year or later.

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