2023 Ford Mondeo Evos – The Blue Oval announced in April 2018 a drastic shift to address the declining demand for sedans and hatchbacks and increasing demand for trucks, SUVs, and pickup trucks. These once-popular segments are now in decline. Crossovers are also very popular with European motorists.
2023 Ford Mondeo Evos Review
Ford’s German testing facility was the first to see the coupe-like crossover. It may be called Mondeo Evos, according to a EUIPO filing. According to the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the Blue Oval trademark does not match the Evos handle.
Based on the front grille design headlights and mirror caps as well as double-spoke wheel and pop-out door handles, it looks very similar to the Chinese model. The back of the Mondeo Evos, or any other U.S. model, is quite different. The most important changes to the ride height are the rear doors, and the window lines. This fellow doesn’t have the Chinese crosswagon’s black wheel arch garnish.
Ford indirectly confirmed that the model would be a 2023 European model. This model is influenced by station wagons and fastbacks. Blue Oval has announced that production of the Mondeo will cease in March 2022. It will be manufactured at Valencia’s plant. The 2.5-liter Duratec Hybrid engine of the plug-in hybrid Kuga and hybrid versions Galaxy, Kuga, and S-Max will be accommodated in the modernized Valencia-based plant.
2023 Ford Mondeo Evos Verdict
In 2025, the Euro 7 emission standard will eliminate internal combustion and hybrid assistance. The Mondeo Evos will likely be available in hybrid and plug-in versions. The Evos is available in China with a 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder turbo and a torque converter transmission.