Ford B-Max facelift spied image

Our spy photographers have managed to catch a facelifted version of the B-Max on camera while the model in question was being tested on public roads.

The North American based automaker Ford is updating its entire vehicle lineup and the newest model to be upgraded is the small MPV called the B-Max. The vehicle will receive some modifications to that Aston Martin-like grille in order to make its front fascia similar to other models in its lineup. Some minor interior changes are expected to be made but the engine lineup will remain the same. Rumors are saying that the facelifted version of the Ford B-Max will arrive in showrooms in just a few months.

The Ford B-Max has been in production since 2012 and it’s currently being assembled in Craiova, Romania. The model is being offered in a five-door body style, with a front engine and front-wheel drive layout. The engine lineup is made out of three petrol and two diesel burners which can be mated to either a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission. One of the styling features of the B-Max is the missing B-pillar which has been incorporated into the rear sliding door.