The new Mondeo lifts several cues from the Iosis concept that debuted in Frankfurt, which, according to Ford, is defined as 'kinetic design.' The wagon sports an aggressive front fascia, with very pronounced air dams that compliment a set of tautly drawn headlamps. Aft of the a-pillar is typical wagon fare, donning a strong crease in the beltline, which flows into an equally aggressive LED taillight arrangement. Beginning with the S-MAX and Mondeo, Ford maintains that this new "face" of the Blue Oval's European line will carry over to all its models over the coming years.
Friday, September 22, 2006
The Paris Motor Show opens in a few days and one of the main show cars there will be a Ford Mondeo Concept. As you can see by the photos below, this is one good looking wagon. Whether these great looks migrate across to the production version remains to be seen though.