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Ford Mondeo 2022 makeover design


ChinaThis market-specific mid-size sedan was revealed at Ford’s design center in Shanghai.

The new generation Mondeo is based on the American automaker’s Progressive Energy in Strength design language and the same platform as the Evos and Equator. The design focuses on elements based on the preferences of Chinese customers such as door handles, the Ford logo that opens the trunk, and the full-width position lights.

The new generation Mondeo is exclusively for the Chinese market. Photo: Ford

Compared to the old version, the new generation Mondeo is slightly larger, like 63 mm longer at 4,935 mm, 23 mm wider. Bringing a coupe style, Mondeo 2022 is sportier. The front end features split headlights and large grille like the Evos, while the bumper has a more conservative styling. The sides of the body are shaped with muscular embossed lines, inherited from the Mustang in the rear fender and taillights.

Max Wolff, design director of Ford China, said that the company’s goal was to create an aerodynamic vehicle shape that always moves forward, expressing energy and power while providing space and comfort.

The American automaker has not revealed more engine specifications and interior design, but the Ecoboost 245 logo on the back of the car suggests a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine like the Evos, combined with an 8-speed automatic transmission, according to the report. Carscoops. The interior also has the same design as its brother Evos, with a huge 1.1-meter (43-inch) dashboard, including a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, a 27-inch touch screen for information. SYNC+ 2.0 entertainment with 4K resolution.

As planned, the new generation Ford Mondeo is manufactured at the factory in Chongqing, China and sold in 2022. Mondeo is also known as Fusion in some markets.

The LED taillight cluster is inspired by the Mustang brother.  Photo: Ford

The LED taillight cluster is inspired by the Mustang brother. Photo: Ford

Mondeo new generation coupe style, sportier.  Photo: Ford

Mondeo new generation coupe style, sportier. Photo: Ford

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