Ford has revealed final production versions of the new C-Max and Grand C-Max models at the Geneva motor show.
The two models, which were first revealed at the Frankfurt motor show last year, will be among the first Ford models to feature the firm’s new Ecoboost petrol engines and upgraded Duratorq diesel engines.
The C-Max models will be the first Fords to feature the firm’s new C-segment platform, which will also be used to underpin the next Focus. The European-spec Focus has also been revealed at Geneva.
Ford will also be displaying the Mondeo and Kuga models, which will feature the new Ecoboost and Duratorq engines.
Its facelifted and S-Max and Galaxy models will be appearing at Geneva, too.