Ford Mondeo will be replaced by a new global crossoverJuly 16, 2019
Ford is preparing a significant reform of its lineup for Europe. In the near future, the Europeans will be left without three Ford models at once, which will be replaced by a new universal cross.
Ford is going to upgrade its European lineup. Changes are brewing cardinal: the company wants to replace the Mondeo, S-Max and Galaxy family models with one mid-size crossover. What name the new global receiver will receive is not yet known. With its appearance, to be held in the 2021st, Ford will leave the market for the classic large hatchback and MPV segment.
According to auto experts, access to the new SUV will be received not only by motorists from Europe and North America, but also by American brand fans from other countries. Already, the future novelty is compared with the Japanese Subaru Outback crossover.
The new cross will be based on the upgraded Ford C2 platform from the new Focus, elements of which we will see in the very near future on the Ford Transit and Tourneo families. In addition to gasoline and diesel engines, the novelty will receive a so-called “soft” hybrid, which will include a 1.5-liter gasoline turbo engine Ford, a compact electric motor and a 48-volt starter-generator. It is noted that diesel engines will meet all existing environmental standards.
In general, Ford will offer customers a universal crossover that will perfectly cope with the responsibilities and family cars, and cars for outdoor activities. His main assistants are an economical engine, a spacious lounge and a roomy trunk.
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