Ford has released a new set of images with the recently unveiled Mondeo Vignale, the range-topping version of the popular mid-sized car.
The newest addition to the new Ford Mondeo generation is a range-topping trim, called the Vignale, which has been already unveiled last month but it is now coming back into our attention with the company releasing even more images with it. The Blue Oval is offering the new Mondeo Vignale with some subtle cosmetic tweaks, indicating that we are talking about a top of the line variant, which include the slightly revised front grille, with the aluminum surround, the hexagonal dark matte metallic, the glossy finishes on the side mirrors, the polished aluminum surround for the dual chrome exhaust tips and so on.
Inside the cabin, the new Ford Mondeo Vignale is offering the SYNC2 infotainment system, a wide variety of safety and assistance systems, a 12-speaker sound system, the 40 individual laser cut pieces of leather, a new seat which is requiring 110 percent more leather and 50 additional sewing time on which the carmaker has worked for two and a half years and several other goodies which should be enough to have customers move from the Titanium to this version. The Ford Mondeo Vignale is also getting the LED adaptive headlights, the power tailgate, the all-wheel drive system and an engine lineup which includes the 2.0 liter EcoBoost with 203 HP and 240 HP, along with the 2.0 TDCi bi-turbodiesel 210 HP, the 2.0 TDCi with 180 HP and the gasoline electric hybrid with 187 HP.