Ford Mondeo Vignale Concept
Does anyone remember Ford showing up with the Ford Mondeo Vignale Concept at Frankfurt? Well, no matter, as the production version is as close to it as possible. The design of the Ford Vignale Mondeo is available in four-door and estate body styles, with the interior cabin showing off an incredible level of elegance/
The Ford Vignale Mondeo looks timeless, while also featuring the very latest advanced technologies. The Active Noise Cancellation Technology, for example, allows driver and passengers alike to enjoy an unparalleled level of silence, so to speak. It uses three microphones to monitor engine noise on the inside, removing unwanted vibration by sending opposing sound waves through the car’s audio system.
Front passengers will also benefit from Multi-Contour seats, with Active Motion massage function; 11 cushions will relax the occupants’ backs and prevent fatigue. Ford also gifted the Vignale Mondeo with the SYNC 2 infotainment system, Traffic Sign Recognition, Active City Stop and Dynamic LED lights. The back seat benefits from inflatable rear seatbelts, which is one innovative feature.
Powering up the premium-aimed Vignale is Ford’s 210-hp 2.0-liter bi-turbo TDCI engine or the 240-hp EcoBoost engine. You should know that an 187-hp hybrid powertrain is also on offer, for that environmentalist in you. On an aesthetic level, the Ford Mondeo Vignale features an upper grille, with the Vignale hexagonal design and chromed bars of the lower grille and door details, as well as 18-inch Vignale alloys. All this style comes with a price, specifically £29,045 ($43,487/€40,296), at least.