Ford unveiled at Geneva 2011 B-Max Concept

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As promised, at the Geneva Motor Show in 2011, Ford introduced the new concept, called the B-Max. Overall length of the new items a little more than four meters, which is 300 mm less than the model of Ford C-Max, but a 110 mm longer than the five-door hatchback version of the Fiesta. The company says that the model B-Max, they sought to prove the possibility of creating a compact car with an attractive appearance and having enough space inside. The distinctive features of new products are the lack of a central rack, sliding rear doors that facilitate the landing on the second row of seats, as well as the panoramic roof and far from calling on the wings of the rear lights. In addition, if you fold the front passenger seat and rear sofa, something inside you can carry cargo up to 2.35 meters. For the Ford B-Max for the first time available the latest 1.0-liter three-cylinder turbo engine family EcoBoost, equipped with direct fuel injection system and the “start/stop”. The specification of the power plant has not been disclosed, but ford promise excellent performance in terms of efficiency and environmental protection for this engine. Sales of new products are scheduled for 2012.

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