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Ford presented to Geneva the prototype C-Max of new generation

New Ford C-Max

On automobile show in Geneva company Ford has presented the conceptual working out Iosis Max which appearance should give representation how will look Ford C-Max new generation, and also some other future models of a golf class of mark.

2010 Ford C-Max

We will notice, that the design of the car has in many respects something in common with style of an ex-terrier of hatchback Ford Fiesta, however as the main designer of the European division of the American firm Martin Smith has noted, hatchback Iosis Max is "a new step of development of kinetic design".

Feature of the conceptual car is the "two-compound" cover of a luggage carrier which opens on a small corner, but thus provides full access to a compartment even in such premises where there is no possibility widely to open a usual door, for example, on many-tier parkings. The top part of a door (with back glass) for loading of small subjects can separately open from the bottom shutter. Also this car has received driving off back doors, as on minivans.

Hatchback Ford Iosis Max is equipped by system of an automatic stop and motor start, and also a 180-strong four-cylinder petrol turbo-engine of family Ecoboost with direct injection of fuel. The unit works together with six-step robotised transmission PowerShift with two couplings. According to Ford, emissions CO2 at such car make about 125 grammes on kilometre that is practically similar to an indicator present Ford C-Max, equipped with a 90-strong 1,6-litre diesel engine. According to some information, serial version Ford Iosis Max will be presented next year.

Ford Iosis Max

Ford Iosis Max

New C-Max

Salon C-Max