Ford unveils the all-new Evos as a stylish coupe SUV
It may replace the Mondeo and the Fusion
The Shanghai Motor Show opens its doors today and brings with it a whole bunch of new models. Ford is using the event to unveil a new car, the Evos, which is unsurprisingly an SUV. Although it is not electric, the newcomer adopts a style rather close to that of the Mustang Mach-E and plays the dynamism card.
The front end features particularly slim hook-shaped lights linked by a light strip above the grille. Additional headlights are located at a lower level. The profile features black lacquered wheel arches and door sills complemented by flush door handles.
The receding roofline and high body line give the car a dynamic feel, reminiscent of the world of coupes. Only revealed in sketch form, the rear end features a spoiler with a sloping rear window and a light bar.
The interior is rather spectacular with a 1.1m wide screen containing a 12.3 inch digital instrument cluster and a 27 inch XXL touch screen in 4K resolution. The whole thing is very reminiscent of the Honda e electric city car with its multiple screens placed in a row.
The technical details have not yet been revealed. In terms of equipment, the SUV will offer Level 2 semi-autonomous driving. The new Ford Evos is currently limited to China, but it could arrive in Europe and the US to replace the now defunct Mondeo and Fusion sedans.