The Ford Kuga adopts Vignale finish

The Ford Kuga adopts Vignale finish

After the Mondeo and S-Max, it’s the turn of the Ford Kuga to benefit from Vignale luxury brand. It is characterized by the presence of leather in the cockpit, a specific treatment of the body and retains the most powerful engines.

The Ford Kuga Vignale will recognize its brown hue Milano Giorgio associated with a black grille, specific wheels and a few chrome elements. Inside, we find leather on the seats but also on the dashboard and doors against. A leather which has finishing handmade.

By the end of the year, Ford’s Vignale line will have four models, including the Kuga which was presented June 23 at the Goodwood Festival. The Mondeo and S-Max is already available to order and the Edge will arrive by year’s end.

Ford expects a strong demand for the Kuga Vignale. “Of the 102,000 Kuga sold in Europe in 2015, nearly four in five were in the highest finish, Titanium. So there is a real potential to expand our range from the top “, said Roelant de Waard, director of sales and marketing for Ford Europe.

Like other Ford Vignale, this upscale Kuga will offer concierge services inspired by the premium segment. In addition, owners can stay connected to their car through a dedicated smartphone application.

The Vignale Kuga will be available with the most powerful engines of the catalog. The offer will therefore be structured around the blocks 1.5 EcoBoost (150 or 182 hp) and 2.0 TDCi (150 or 180 hp). Depending on the engine, customers can opt for the automatic six powershift and AWD.

The Ford Kuga adopts Vignale finish

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