This is Ford's facelifted Mondeo, which has made its public debut at the Moscow motor show today.
The new model gets external revisions including a new front grille featuring extra chrome, different front bumpers incorporating LED daytime running lights, and a revamped rear end with a fresh tail-light design.
Ford has yet to issue any images of the cabin, but it's said to include a new centre console, revised door handles and a central overhead console with ambient lighting.
New interior features include LED courtesy lights, a revamped sat-nav system and an optional 265W amplifier that connects to a 17-litre subwoofer.
The biggest mechanical change is the addition to the range of a new engine: a 237bhp version of Ford's 2.0-litre, four-cylinder turbocharged Ecoboost motor.
Ford claims the unit will offer greater performance than the 200bhp version of the engine - introduced earlier this year - while matching that motor's CO2 emissions of 179g/km.
The 237bhp four-pot could also have significance to performance Ford fans; it's hotly tipped to form part of the next-gen Focus RS, perhaps mated to an electric motor in the rear axle.
The revised Mondeo also gets a revised 2.2-litre turbodiesel motor, with 197bhp, and improved versions of the firm's 2.0-litre oil-burner with 113bhp, 138bhp and 161bhp.
The car also gets Ford's dual-clutch Powershift transmission for the first time, on all Ecoboost petrols as standard and as an option on the top two versions of the 2.0 diesel.