The mid-size electric crossover will be produced in Germany and is slated for release next year.
Ford Motor Company’s European offering is undergoing a fairly significant transformation, which is mainly in the spirit of electric mobility. Conventional models are slowly being phased out and replaced by either electrified or purely electric cars.
During a recent presentation at the brand’s European Design Center, Martin Sander, General Manager of the Ford Model e Europe team, showed an all-electric crossover in camouflage that will be part of the brand’s product portfolio in European markets.
The new product will be shown for the first time next year, and then it will be produced in Cologne, where the Ford plant is located. It will be the first pure electric model to be produced here. In 2024, the automaker should introduce the second purely electric model, which should be a sporty crossover.
But the first sub-disclosure of a mid-size electric crossover didn’t bring anything fundamental. Under the partially raised tarpaulin, we can see only a piece of the front bumper with vertical slats and a touch of silver decor. An aerodynamically shaped disc can be seen in the wheel arches with traditional black plastic trim, while the light indicates a signature on the L model.
The automaker was the first to show the light signature when it published a silhouette of the car with prominent daytime running lights. The first samples indicate that the car should look powerful, but at the same time we can expect a heavy emphasis on improved aerodynamics and the associated economy.
The automaker has promised in the past that the new model will be built in the brand’s tradition and success in the crossover and SUV segment. The new model should be significantly different from the competition and set new frontiers in the field of zero-emissions mobility.
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