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Ford EcoSport based 3 new concepts – Beauty, Beast and Storm

Highlighting future customization packages for Ford EcoSport owners, the three new cars are just for show at this year’s Sao Paulo Motor Show, the largest motor show in Brazil. No plan of these Ford EcoSport concepts entering production are in place, but yes, if existing or future owners want, these three new concepts reveal that the Ford EcoSport is very much open to customization.

Ford EcoSport Beauty ConceptFord EcoSport Beauty Concept – Of the three concepts on display, this one carries the least customization. Very much like the existing EcoSport, it features new 18 inch alloys with stylish low profile tyres, black roof with metallic finish, roof rails, matt finish on the grille, LED DRLs, new colour – Copper Stardust in matte finish, and guards for lower bumper. On the inside, the Ford EcoSport Beauty Concept gets four individual leather seats, individual colour screens for rear passengers with compatibility for internet, movies, music, etc, body coloured door handles, dashboard gets a touchscreen with multimedia and navigation controls.

Ford EcoSport Beast ConceptFord EcoSport Beast Concept – Shown in pearlescent Speed White exterior colour scheme, Ford EcoSport Beast Concept would have been more beasty if it was given a red or black colour finish. Anyways, this concept comes with a large air dam on the centre bonnet and roof with red stripes around them, three slat hexagonal grille in silver finish, red colour running through the lower part of the body on the side, front and rear, blue colour with metallic finish for the foglight encasing and side ORVMs, silver skid plates on the side, rear and front, and black coloured door handles.

Ford EcoSport Storm ConceptFord EcoSport Storm Concept – Of the three new concepts, the Ford EcoSport Storm Concept gets the most rugged look. Covered in plastic claddings on wheel arches and lower body parts on all sides, this concept’s front is inspired from F150 Raptor, Ford’s super-duty pick-up truck. Given a metallic blue paint job, this one too has a hexagonal grille, but finished in matte and large FORD name embossed. It gets 15 inch Mud Terrain 215/75 offroad tyres, roof rails, same grey finish on bonnet as that on side claddings, twin two handles on front and rear.

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