Ford to Unveil Fiesta Based Minivan in Geneva

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Ford plans on unveiling a concept version of a new small minivan that will replace the European Fusion at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

Ford has already created a number of vehicles off of its C-segment platform, like the Focus, C-Max MPV and the upcoming Escape/ Kuga crossover. Ford is planning on doing the same thing with its smaller B-segment platform that is the basis for the Fiesta subcompact. At the Geneva Motor Show, Ford is going to unveil a small minivan concept that will be based off the same platform as the Fiesta. Although it is being unveiled in concept form next March, the production version will be on sale in early 2012.


The small minivan is likely to be named B-Max and there is no word yet if it will be sold in the US.

Full Story: AutoWeek

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