The Ford S-Max Vignale Concept has been officially unveiled during the Milan Design Week, in Italy.
Ford’s one-off MPV concept, the S-Max Vignale Concept, has been officially unveiled in Italy, during the Milan Design Week. The model in question is a stylish vehicle with an exclusive exterior paint scheme, the Milano Giorgio, and with a hexagonal front grille. The vehicle is also getting some aluminum inserts and 21-inch Vignale alloy wheels. These changes should make it more upmarket compared to the outgoing version, but a production variant will come sometimes next year.
The interior design of the Ford S-Max Vignale Concept has received soft-touch hexagonal quilted leather for the seats, while the dashboard and center console are covered with leather. The cabin of the model is now more spacious than before thanks to the addition of the thinner seats. The Vignale will become a new top of the line trim for customers looking for some high-end versions. The Vignale will also be offered on the Mondeo soon and the S-Max will receive such a variant in 2015. More details on the Vignale trim are limited for the moment and will probably be announced over the following months.