We reported in detail when the new 2014 Ford S Max Concept was revealed. (Click here to read our report). Now, RM Design Blog has come up with digital rendering of the production spec S Max and if this rendering is anything to go by, the production model could become one of the best mass produced MPVs to have ever graced the roads.
The manufacturer says that the S Max Concept reflects its new design language, whose highlight has to be the Aston Martin-ish front grille. Other distinctive features include stylish headlights and steeply raking A-Pillars. The Concept’s headlamps sport ‘Organic LEDs’ that Ford claims has better design flexibility, positioning, response and color range. However, the rendering shown here suggests that the production model could come sans the LED headlights.
As per Ford, the interiors of the concept have been designed to be high on Convenience, Connectivity and Flexibility. The interior panels and overall design is in such a way that the cabin has a “feeling of spaciousness”. The interior can be set up in both four or seven-seat configuration. The third-row seats of the S-Max Concept employ Ford’s ‘Thin Seat Technology’ and can be raised and lowered in a single action. The car also gets a ‘Dual-View Display’ on the center stack, which offers two different visuals on the same screen. The production spec 2016 Ford S Max is expected to be launched in 2015.
Powering the new Ford S-Max Concept is a 1.5-litres EcoBoost petrol engine that can be currently found powering the China spec Mondeo.
Stay tuned to Motoroids for more updates on the upcoming production spec Ford S Max.
Rendering courtesy: RM Design Blog