Dramatic Evos concept shows off Ford's future design direction

Ford's Evos concept will be on display at Salon Privé this September.

The concept, which is said to preview future models from the Blue Oval, uses Ford's 'Kinetic' design language. 

The four-door, four-seat fastback is a plug-in hybrid, using a lithium-ion battery to power an electric motor in conjunction with a conventional engine. Engine sizes, displacements and power outputs are not yet known.

Inside, Ford is keen to draw attention to the Evos's 'personal cloud' - which allows the driver to store information over a wireless network. Given that technology would require a mobile phone signal, it is expected that the Evos will also offer drivers a personal wireless internet hotspot.

Salon Privé will be featuring the Evos in its new Concepts and Prototypes display.

The Evos concept has been seen in the flesh before, having been unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2011.

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23 July 2013

I'm normally a fan of ford designs, but it looks like a sleepy toad. Not sold this time!

23 July 2013

Something of Deja Vu here, is this not the same car shown at the September 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show?

23 July 2013

Holy Moses. Its a Mondeo....



23 July 2013

God, this is one beautiful car! Ford can really do brilliant. In dynamics and looks Ford has become the new Alfa Romeo. The king is dead, long live the king.

23 July 2013

Don't care what others think here - that's a great looking concept car!


24 July 2013

I think one can replace Ford's "Kinetic design language" with "Aston Martin rehash" ... Nice concept though ...

24 July 2013

From this site, on 12th September 2011.


Why rehash old news??

24 July 2013

EVOS concept was also in the Green Pavilion at Goodwood FOS 2012.

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