Ford has unveiled the Ford Evos at Auto Shanghai, which is a unique new family car as its styling seems to blur the lines between a wagon and an SUV. The five-door Evos was developed by Ford’s team in China, where it will go on sale first.

Ford says that the Evos is the first vehicle to get Ford’s “Progressive Energy in Strength” design language. Some of the cool design cues are the light bar above the grille and the pop out door handles.

Ford Evos

Inside the interior is dominated by a large 3.6-feet screen, which combines a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 27-inch 4k touchscreen. The system is powered by SYNC+ 2.0, which combines Baidu’s AI technology and its digital application ecosystem.

Right now we don’t know all of Ford’s plans for the Evos, but it is rumored that it will serve as the replacement for the Mondeo in Europe and the Fusion in North America.

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