Ford may resurrect model CapriNovember 11, 2019
Ford’s European division recently revived the nickname Puma, which was used as an affordable two-door sports car in the 90s.
The British edition of Autocar recently talked with the head of Ford’s European design studio, Amco Linart, who admitted that his team wanted to revive the name Capri. As a quick reminder, Capri was basically the European Mustang equivalent for Europe, produced between 1968 and 1986 and selling over 1.9 million units.
“Who would not want to bring Capri back as a design?” Lenarts told the British publication. “We would love that. But he must be in the spirit of the times and must correspond and work in a series, and not just exist for the designer to return the old car. I am amazed at the number of names that we have that stimulate emotions, positive and negative. ”
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