The new Ford S-Max Vignale concept has been revealed at the Milan Design Week. It's the second model to wear the company’s proposed new range-topping brand badge.
Like the Ford Mondeo Vignale concept announced last year, the company says this S-Max “continues to expand its vision for a unique upscale product and ownership experience for European customers.”
The S-Max gets quilted soft-touch leather seats and a leather-covered dashboard and centre console. The unique trim inside the car is described as “woven texture embossed” aluminium and the interior also sees the fitment of tablet docking stations. On the outside are the hexagonal Vignale grille, 21-inch Vignale wheels, exterior aluminium trim and a unique paint finish called ‘Milano Grigio’.
Ford has confirmed that a production version of this concept will arrive in European showrooms “after the new Ford Mondeo Vignale reaches customers next year”. There is no information about the likely pricing or engine options as yet.