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.
New options include lane departure warning and blind spot information systems, and what Ford calls an Active Grille Shutter; it regulates airflow through the radiator to reduce aerodynamic drag, and helps the engine to warm up more quickly in cold weather, improving fuel economy.
Ford has yet to confirm precise UK mechanical specifications, trim levels or pricing for the car. But it's due in dealers here in October.