Ford has announced plans to introduce four vehicles at the Beijing Motor Show.
Details are limited, but the company revealed that three of the models will be SUVs. There's no word on what to expect, but one the models will likely be the Chinese-spec Kuga.
On the other hand, the fourth model will be the Chinese-spec Focus. It will be built at the CFMA Chongqing 2 assembly plant and feature an improved SYNC connectivity system which understands Mandarin.
The four new models are part of Ford's "15X15" promise to launch 15 new vehicles in China by 2015.