Looking virtually identical to the concept, the production model is based on the Fiesta and should measure 320mm shorter than the C-MAX.

Our spies have snapped the first pictures of the 2012 Ford B-MAX.

Looking virtually identical to the concept, the production model is based on the Fiesta and should measure 320mm shorter than the C-MAX. More notably, the MPV has sliding rear doors with an integrated B-pillar that offers easy access to the cabin.

Engine options will likely include the usual suspects, but the model could also be offered with the new 1.0-liter EcoBoost three-cylinder.

The 2012 B-MAX could be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show.

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