It has taken precisely one year for the concept to progress to production after the model was previewed in concept form at the same event in 2011. Ford President and CEO Alan Mulally will be on hand to perform the unveiling.

Ford will be unveiling the production version of the new 2013 B-Max at the Geneva Motor Show in March and ahead of the event they have released these three-quarter shot images.

It has taken precisely one year for the concept to progress to production after the model was previewed in concept form at the same event in 2011. Ford President and CEO Alan Mulally will be on hand to perform the unveiling.

Styling from the concept model has been retained for the production ready model. It features a front fascia that is becoming familiar in Ford's new models, dominated by a wide grille that takes on the same shape as seen in the new 2013 Mondeo and Fusion models.

Ford has also announced a 1.0-liter Ecoboost gasoline engine will be powering the new compact model and Duratorq TDCi diesels will also be included in the line-up.

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