Ford brought to Detroit crossover Vertrek Concept 2013

Ford has unveiled at the Detroit Motor Show in 2011 crossover Vertrek Concept, which will replace the models of the Ford Kuga and Escape, sold in the US market. Ford Vertrek built on the platform of the new Focus, and its appearance is made ​​in accordance with the concept of kinetic design, which was first used on the Fiesta last generation. Outwardly crossover feature larger wheels, narrow head optics, LED strips running lights integrated into the “lip” of the front bumper, unusual shape mirrors with integrated rearview camera, a diffuser, and a panoramic roof. Under the hood Ford Vertrek Concept is a 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbo engine family EcoBoost, equipped with the system start/stop, and working together with a 6-speed automatic transmission. More detailed information on the power unit and the dynamic characteristics of the crossover fordovtsy not disclosed, but reports that the concept without any problem can be equipped with a 2.0-liter turbodiesel Duratorq TDCi. However, under what name it will be offered, it remains a mystery.

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