The Evos will be included in the show’s new feature section, called the Concept and Prototypes Display.
The Ford Evos Concept was first revealed to the public nearly two whole years ago, at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The concept was designed by Ford with the intention of showcasing new future development for powertrains and vehicle technology. It was also created to demonstrate Ford’s global design language to the public. The design of the Evos has already influence recent Ford models, such as the upcoming new Mondeo.
In years to come the design and technology of the Evos are likely to be carried over further to different future Ford production models.
With the arrival of the Evos Concept, Ford marks its first ever appearance at the glamorous Salon Prive show in London.
Even though it’s been over a year since it was first revealed, the Evos still retains a particularly striking design. The car is a four-seater fast back with four doors, and each door opens in a hinged gullwing-style like many famous sports cars.
With the doors open it creates not only an interesting display, but also provides easier access to each seat in the Evos compared to a more conventional door.
Another significant fact about the Ford Evos Concept is that it is a plug-in hybrid. The car’s powertrain mixes a 2.0-litre petrol engine with an electric motor run on a lithium-ion battery pack.
The Ford Evos Concept also reportedly features a ‘personal cloud’, that allows drivers to store information over a wireless network. Such a feature would likely require a mobile phone signal from the vehicle’s driver, giving him/her their own personal internet access area.
Current Ford production models are available now at Perrys Ford Dealerships based in Aylesbury and High Wycombe.