The new look of Ford
The smoking-hot Ford Evos plug-in hybrid is one of those concept vehicles that will probably never see the light of day. The Evos wasn’t really designed for production, but rather to express the future of Ford’s design language.
And that future is said to begin in about 4 months time.
“We need to be immediately recognizable by the face of our vehicles,” Ford design vice president J Mays recently stated, according to AutoWeek. And what Ford is trying to exude via the Evos concept is premium-feeling mainstream cars.
Still, while the Evos might never make its way through one of Ford’s production lines, there is speculation that Ford will reveal a more production-orientated Evos inspired vehicle at the Detroit Auto Show. Moreover, the Evos is eventually going to inspire the style of all future Ford vehicles.
That means in addition to the new curves, future Ford products will be decked out with Evos-styled grills and headlights.
But the Evos is also about more than looks, it’s also about a new generation of Sync-based connectivity. The Evos is tapped into the cloud, and Ford intends to bring the cloud to all of its future products.
Plug-in technologies, futuristic connectivity and some stylish new curves, the new face of Ford is pretty exciting.