Rendering: Ford's Transition from Evos to Capri

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Ford Capri

At the end of 2010, Ford’s Design boss, Martin Smith, stated that the company was on the verge of creating new and exciting products to build on their already successful model lineup. The new ideas behind these products were brought to life at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show with the Ford Evos Concept and in continuation of Smith’s laid out plan, we think this concept was just a preview of the future revival of the Capri name.

The model name Capri was used by Ford for three different generation models: one from 1961 to 1964, one from 1969 to 1986, and another one from 1989 to 1994. The future Capri will be a coupe version of the current generation Ford Focus that will also give birth to a convertible model down the line. J Mays, the company‚Äôs chief designer, states that there is enough room at the front of the Evos Concept to fit one of Ford’s 4- or 6-cylinder engines, so we expect the future Capri to be toting one of those options. It may even come packing the new Ford Focus ST’s 2.0-liter turbocharged EcoBoost petrol engine delivering 247 HP.

Expect to see the new Ford Capri in 2012 with a starting price of about $30,000.


6 comments:

I hope that it also had an impressive details and figure performance just like Evos. Anyway, Ally Marchesi was right that Capri is also a good-looking car that I bet everyone would love.

Yeah! It is absolutely so interesting, well I really can’t wait on the transition of this one into Capri! I would love to see this first in person before I could give some further comments on it.

Interesting transition, well if it is the final outlook of Capri, I can say that it is not absolutely bad at all. I still find it mere striking just like Evos and very appealing as well. I will surely wait for the figure performance of this.

I will surely wait for the transtition of this evos into the Capri. It’s really looked so luxurious and classy, and I must say that it is already looking so great and fabulous on its color. Furthermore, I will surely wait for the figure performance of it.

Cool! I can’t wait to see this Capri. I hope that it also had an impressive details and figure performance just like Evos. Anyway, Ally Marchesi was right that Capri is also a good-looking car that I bet everyone would love.

From Evos to Capri? The first question that comes into my mind is, will that really work? Well, as I can see for now, this future capri is also a good-looking car just like Evos and I think it is great to transform it like that, just a fresh one. smiley

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