During the Shanghai Motor Show, which opens on the 20th, we will learn many new products for the global market, but also some that for now will be exclusive to China. This is the case 2016 Ford Taurus an E sedan segment larger than the Ford Mondeo. The Ford Taurus is also marketed in the United States, but this we see in Shanghai is a completely new model. The next generation of American model might be, as a global model.
The 2016 Ford Taurus stands for that classic modern design while maintaining the main hallmarks of the brand Blue Oval as the large front grille and new slanted headlights LED technology reminiscent of the Ford Mondeo. Your body is classic, with three well-defined volumes and four doors, as like in China. From the back do not have pictures, but pilots have LED technology and are linked by a chrome strip. There are two chrome tailpipes integrated into the bumper.
does not have many pictures of the inside, but it is clear that Ford market share of the premium sedans. The leather and wood will be present throughout the cabin, bright thanks to a large panoramic roof practicable. Comfort in the rear seats will be important, with the ability to manage from the center armrest multimedia equipment and climate control settings. The electrically reclining rear seats with lumbar adjustment and massage function, plus heated and ventilated . The rear inflatable belts are in an accident.
In the mechanical Ford has merely confirmed that Elste new Taurus will V6 gasoline engine 2.7-liter EcoBoost . Will be associated with an automatic transmission, but do not know the power and performance figures of which will demonstrate this saloon five meters in length.
The 2016 Ford Taurus will be built by and for China’s factory that the joint venture Changan Ford has Hangzhou . The production capacity is 250,000 vehicles a year and is already the sixth factory in which Ford vehicles manufactured in China.
Source – Ford
From 23,900 euro
Now from 20,600 euro
Article 2016 Ford Taurus, greater than the Mondeo sedan for China was originally published in Current Motor.