At the 2011 Frankfurt auto show, Ford gives us a nod to the future of power trains and of styling in its EVOS concept, gull-wing doors optional.
Ford's new concept, to be officially unveiled at the 2011 Frankfurt auto show, demonstrates a unified vision for design, power train, and cabin technology.
Ford gives us a nod to the future of power trains and of styling in its EVOS concept, gull-wing doors optional.
Unveiled at the 2011 Frankfurt auto show, the Ford Evos concept showed off new design language, along with a host of other technologies. The concept is meant to present a unified vision of Ford vehicles going forward.
The Ford Evos concept not only shows off a new design direction, but encapsulates a number of other technologies, from power train to connected cabin electronics. The Evos will be shown off at the 2011 Frankfurt auto show.
Ford Chief Technology Officer Paul Mascarenas speaks at the IFA show in Berlin about the soon-to-debut Evos concept car.
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