At Geneva Motor Show 2016, Edge, S-Max, and Mondeo Vignale versions are on display along with Kuga Vignale.
The premium new series is designed to meet customer aspirations. On some Ford models, the top end Titanium trim contributes to the major chunk in sales volumes. Ford Vignale brings together the best in luxury and personal service. This is the reason Ford has announced Vignale editions on their best selling models.
Ford S-MAX Vignale at Geneva wears a Vignale Milano Grigio, and Vignale White Platinum exterior colour. Edge Vignale is showcased in Vignale Ametista Scura, and Vignale White Platinum body colours. The display vehicles have a signature Ford Vignale hexagonal upper grille design in dark matte finish and aluminium surround. Other characteristic features include Vignale bespoke chrome-finish foglamps, Vignale-embossed wrap-around applique, rear liftgate and 19-inch polished aluminium wheels.
Ford Vignale interiors impress with hexagonal-quilted Windsor leather in tuxedo-style stitching for seats and door interiors in light Cashmere/dark Ebony colours. On the inside, the central armrest and storage console use the same leather style.
Ford luxe handcrafted offerings are now being offered in new tailored personalisation options through select FordStores across Europe. 300 FordStores are operational now, and that number will be upto 500 in a year’s time.
Ford Kuga Vignale study showcased at Geneva in Vignale Palazzo Pearl bodypaint uses unique leather treatment for the seats, doors and instrument panel, boot floor and tailgate interior. The concept points to the future of Ford upscale SUVs in Europe.