Ford is set to launch a ‘major new vehicle’ at next month’s Geneva motor show, and rumour has it that it will be the long anticipated crossover version of the new Fiesta.
Spy pictures of the vehicle, apparently called the B-Max, have shown a mini-MPV crossover with a raised ride height as well as wider tracks front and rear. The new model is expected to replace the Fusion in the Ford fleet.
The new model will be given its European debut at Geneva, along with the plug-in hybrid C-Max Energi and Focus Electric. There will also be a global unveiling of the new Ranger Wildtrak, set to go on sale in the UK by the end of the year, and which Ford promises will be ‘easier, safer and more fun to drive than ever before’