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2020 Ford Crossover

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2020 Ford Crossover

2020 Ford Crossover welcome to our web fordtrend.com here we provide various information about the latest Ford cars such as Review, Redesign, Specification, Rumor, Concept, Interior, Exterior, Price, Release Date, and Pictures. We hope that the information we provide can help you and make our website become one of your sources in finding the latest car information. Happy nice day! Ford plans a major SUV and a crossover offensive for the next few years. The Blue Oval will launch a couple of brand new models, including a whole Bronco family, as well as refreshed variants of already existing cars. One of the many new vehicles has been spied recently during the tests on public roads in Germany and we are quite surprised by what we see so far.

The gallery below represents a compact crossover (or even a raised tailgate) that is bigger than today’s EcoSport but smaller than the current Escape/Kuga duo. It is roughly the same size as the new Focus tailgate, but is significantly high and has a more pronounced crossover appearance. What is it? No one really knows at this very early stage of development, but there are a number of possible options.

First, according to some reports, this could be our first look at the new generation EcoSport. It is rumored to be a bigger and more comfortable model to meet customer expectations in the United States and markets like Germany and the UK.

It is interesting to note that this test car has five lug nuts per wheel which make us believe it is based on the new focus platform rather than on the Fiesta. If this is indeed the case, the new EcoSport could be a much more refined and technologically advanced crossover than the one that is on sale today. Keep in mind that five lug nuts do not necessarily mean the architecture comes from the focus and the foundations could come from the smaller Fiesta instead.

Another possible option is a brand new crossover for the European market positioned between EcoSport and Kuga. This prototype has some design landmarks that seem to be inspired by the next generation Escape that was spotted for the first time a few days ago. One thing is for sure it’s not all-electric that the prototype has a visible exhaust system.

2020 Ford Crossover

The latest gossip surrounding Ford is that the company could introduce a crossover based Fiesta that will sit below the next generation EcoSport, which would become a more expensive model. If this is the case, he will have to fight models like the Kia Stonic, SEAT Arona, and VW T-Cross.