Ford to unveil new vehicles in 2011

Ford Motor is planning to unveil a series of major new vehicles and customer focused technology in 2011.

The automaker is also planning the European debut of C-MAX Energi, a pre-production version of the plug-in hybrid, which is scheduled to be launched in Europe in 2013.

The vehicle will be built at Ford’s Valencia plant in Spain.

The company said that the all-new Ford Ranger Wildtrak is making its global debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show and will go on sale in the UK towards the end of 2011.

Ford’s vision for a sleeker, sportier and more stylish compact SUV ‘Ford Vertrek ‘makes its European debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.

The all-new Focus Electric, the company’s first-ever all-electric passenger car, was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in January 2011 and comes to Europe in 2012.

The zero emission, fuel-free, version of Ford’s compact car will go on sale in Europe in 2012 and North America by 2013.

Ford introduces the C-MAX Energi plug-in hybrid at the Geneva Show, the first of two electrified models based on the C-MAX five-passenger multi-activity vehicle which will be joined by a C-MAX HEV when they both go on sale in Europe in 2013.

The company’s commitment to a global vehicle electrification strategy is further demonstrated by a show car development of its zero-emission Transit Connect Electric in Geneva.

Ford is boosting its large car family with a new 114g/km CO2 Mondeo ECOnetic and introducing a range of additional powertrain enhancements for its Mondeo, S-MAX and Galaxy models.

The company’s small car the new Metal Ka is part of its individual programme and will come to the UK in April 2011.

Ford’s all-new Fiesta RS World Rally Car in full team livery will be displayed at the Geneva Motor Show, straight from its debut appearance at Rally Sweden, first round of the 2011 World Rally Championship.

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