Ford will unveil four new cars at the Frankfurt motor show, including a new design concept
3 August 2011

Ford will reveal four new global products at the Frankfurt motor, including “a major new design concept and details of the next Ford Focus performance car.”

The new models will be unveiled on Ford’s 3200 square-metre stand – the firm’s biggest ever for Frankfurt – with an added 2800 square-metre test track for visitors to experience Ford’s ‘Drive Experience’. This includes technology such as ‘Active City Stop’ and ‘Active Park Assist’.

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Ford of Europe CEO Stephen Odell said: “Ford plans to make a strong statement at the Frankfurt Motor Show, with several very exciting global product reveals and our significantly expanded show stand.

“We’re excited to be showing customers our best-ever vehicle line-up and a special glimpse of the future,” added Odell.

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