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Latest Fords on show at Geneva

2015-03-06 12:37

NEW FORD EDGE: Ford has extended its European SUV line-up with the addition of the new Edge Sport which is for the premium SUV market. Image: Ford

  • New Edge Sport SUV, S-MAX

 • New SA-bound Mustang
 • Focus Red and Black Editions
 • New Focus RS and GT supercar

Ford is showing its extended line-up for Europe at the 2015 Geneva auto show.

The 2015 Edge Sport, S-Max Titanium Sport and Mondeo Titanium X  will make their European debut in March.

Ford also revealed its new EcoSport and EcoSport S as well as the new Kuga Titanium X Sport. The automaker also debuted its new two-tone Focus Red and Black Editions.


These models line up alongside the new Focus RS, which also made its global debut at Geneva, and the new Ford GT supercar. The Focus RS and the Ford GT were developed by the new Ford Performance team which is committed to delivering 12 new performance vehicles by 2020.

IMAGE GALLERY: Ford at 2015 Geneva auto show

Ford executive vice-president and president of Europe, Middle East and Africa, Jim Farley, said: “Ford at Geneva is presenting a mouth-watering line-up of vehicles that underlines our commitment to innovation through performance.

"It's through developing our performance cars that technologies become available through the wider range of Ford cars.

“We are also investing heavily in areas that will drive the Ford brand forwards in Europe, including SUV's and Vignale, as well as sport models. Ford will have the broadest possible line-up to provide a solutions for every customer from mass to niche.”


Other Fords on show include the new Focus ST, available for the first time with a choice of petrol or diesel engine, new Fiesta ST and the 2015 Ford Mustang which will arrive in South Africa later in 2015.

Click on the links below to view Ford's new models:

2015 Edge Sport

2015 EcoSport

2015 Focus Red and Black edition

2015 S-Max


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