Ford registered the trademark Mondeo Evos. Does the model stay afloat?August 20, 2019
Ford has registered a new Mondeo Evos brand name. Earlier, there were rumors that a medium-sized car would not be completely removed from sale.
The future of the American mid-size car Ford Mondeo, which is known under the name Fusion in its homeland, is very, very foggy. The model was updated earlier this year and received a new hybrid performance for the station wagon version, but poor sales in the D-class segment are forcing the company’s management to reconsider its strategy for this car. However, the new patent application provides a clear understanding that the company can, in the end, save the model for at least one more generation.
Mondeo Evos’s patent application was filed by Ford in Australia, New Zealand and the UK last week. The automaker is going to use the name Mondeo Evos in “land vehicles and electric vehicles, as well as in their parts, accessories and accessories.”
The Evos prefix is not new. In 2011, Ford had a concept with the same name (photo below), which presented the design for the current generation Mondeo / Fusion and Mustang. It was a two-door car with a sharp exterior, and it is very interesting to see what ultimately comes out of the new Mondeo Evos.
Most likely, patent registration implies the emergence of a new production model. Earlier this year, it was reported that Ford could leave the Mondeo in the form of a new station wagon, designed in the form of a crossover, which essentially replaces the Mondeo, S-Max and Galaxy in the European market. The current generation of Mondeo will remain on sale at least until the end of 2021, and reports say that its successor will appear in a few months.
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