2014 Ford S-MAX Vignale Concept review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 8 April 2014 , 13:04:47 byEmil

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Ford S-MAX Vignale Concept

Since it was founded, Ford Motor has been a company whose automobiles changed the same way as the world changed. The company is present on the entire planet, becoming a global organization and an unmistakable brand. The Americans from Ford have recently announced their plan to introduce a Ford Mondeo Vignale concept which is desired to materialize by 2015. Now, soon after the news, the Ford officials have introduced the Ford S-MAX Vignale concept at the Milan Design Week in Italy.

The Ford S-MAX Vignale comes to change people’s opinion on the MPV segment. It wants to show that MPVs can also look beautiful on road. The S-MAX has a lot of style. It features a hexagonal front grille and an exclusive exterior paint scheme named "Milano Giorgio." The vehicle has special 21-inch Vignale alloy wheels and a few aluminum inserts in order to look cooler than the current model. The concept is also distinguished by a leather-covered center console and dashboard. The seats are all covered in "soft-touch" hexagonal quilted leather. The cabin is larger than before because of the thinner seats and the second row of seats which benefits from tablet device-docking stations.

The Ford S-MAX Vignale will materialize after the Mondeo Vignale comes out in 2015. The Vignale range-topping has been created especially for those more than half of the Ford clients who choose the highest versions of the Ford vehicles. From these, around 10 or 15 per cent would choose something even higher and more sophisticated than the topping versions. Spacious and aspirational, the S-MAX Vignale Concept goes beyond traditional automotive design and speaks to customers who value aesthetics.