The new generations of the Ford Galaxy and Ford S-Max have been caught on camera while they were being tested out in Southern Europe.
Our spy photographers have managed to capture on camera the new generations of the Ford Galaxy and Ford S-Max, while being tested in Southern Europe. The two test mules have been covered in heavy camouflage but we can still see that the Galaxy will be adopting a modern design, which will bring it closer, in terms of looks, to the new Focus and Mondeo vehicles. We can also notice the rakish windscreen, the gently sloping roofline, the large side windows and some other tweaks.
Besides the new Galaxy, Ford is also testing out the new S-Max. The model in question is a pre-production version and it has been already previewed by the 2013 S-Max Concept car, coming in with a lot of styling cues from the Fiesta and the Mondeo. The MPV will be getting a stylish front fascia, sweptback headlights, a prominent front grille, new taillights and much more. The engine lineups in both vehicles will be including the familiar diesel and petrol units along with some EcoBoost options. More details on the two models are limited for the moment.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Thursday, August 7th, 2014 - filed under Ford
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