Power will come from Ford's new 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine as well as the usual petrol and diesel units from the Focus and Kuga.

Ford has released the first official images of the 2010 C-MAX.

Set to be launched next year, the C-MAX remains pretty faithful to the Iosis MAX Concept that debuted earlier this year. Featuring Ford's trademark 'kinetic' design, the MPV boasts a dynamic appearance with a sloping roofline and massive wheels.

Power will come from Ford's new 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine as well as the usual petrol and diesel units from the Focus and Kuga.

While details are limited, the company announced that the C-MAX is the first vehicle to ride on the new global C-segment platform (which will also underpin the next-generation Focus). Ford also stated that the car will offer semi-automatic parallel parking and a blind-spot detection system.

More information will be released when the C-MAX debuts at Frankfurt Motor Show, so stay tuned for details.

 

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2010 Ford C-Max Revealed