Ford C-MAX facelift spotted
3rd July 2014
Ford appears to have worked on a new, revised model of the Ford C-MAX that has been spotted being tested in Germany. As the car heavily covered in a waved pattern for camouflage, the changes made are subtle - from afar, at least.
With a closer look at the test model, certain features have been identified. The front grille shape will be carried over from the first-generation vehicle, with a design that has already been featured on the Fiesta and Focus as well as the next-generation Mondeo. The grille will be less prominent, on the renovated C-MAX, situated just under the slightly reworked bonnet.
To add to the restyled model, a chunkier front bumper and front fog lights with a new have also been included.
The rear of the vehicle has seen further changes. A simplified boot lid is featured, with some of the previous lines seemingly smoothed out, and the bumper is likewise stronger to match the revised front.
Though not many details have been identified, it seems that the interior and engine line-up will resemble those of the Focus - the base for Ford's C-MAX.
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