Ford Motor Company has brought its Evos Concept to the Computex 2012, marking the vehicle’s Asian debut.
After being revealed in Italy last week during the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, and officially presenting it to the public in September 2011 during the Frankfurt Motor Show, the Ford Evos Concept is once again being placed into the spotlights, with its Asian debut, at the Computex 2012.
“Today, drivers have to adapt to the features and capabilities of their car. What the Evos Concept does it take advantage of cloud technology so the car seamlessly adapts to the driver, taking the driving experience to a whole new level of personalization and convenience”, said the Managing director of European Ford Research Center, Pim van der Jagt.
As a quick reminder, the Ford Evos Concept is 4,5 meters long, 1,97 meters wide and 1,36 meters tall. The model is coming with the automaker’s grille mounted in a high position, slim front headlights with LEDs, a small air intake and the interesting gullwing doors. The Ford Evos Concept is taking its power from a plug-in hybrid powertrain, using a 2.0 petrol engine and an electric motor, allowing the mdoel to achieve a total range of up to 500 miles. The next generation of the Ford Mustang is expected to be based on the Ford Evos Concept.