Ford has officially unveiled the Evos concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Built to preview the company's new styling direction, the Evos is a four-door coupe with an aggressive front fascia, a prominent grille and LED headlights. Out back, there's a center-mounted exhaust, a sporty rear diffuser and distinctive taillights.
The space-age cabin has four individual seats and an advanced infotainment system which "gets to know you." For an example, the Evos could automatically start itself, warm up the cabin and set your preferred radio station a few minutes before you leave for work.
Under the hood, the powertrain is carried over from the C-MAX Energi. Specifications weren't released, but the Energi has a 2.0-liter petrol engine, an electric motor and a lithium-ion battery.