First of all, the Blue oval is ready with the production version of the S-MAX Vignale, which is displayed in Geneva in Vignale Milano Grigio and Vignale White Platinum exterior colors. Interior upgrades include hexagonal-quilted Windsor leather featuring prominent tuxedo-style stitching for the seats and door cards, new aluminium decorations, and black leather dashboard with contrasting white stitching.
The Edge Vignale is the first SUV in the Vignale family and is being presented in Vignale Ametista Scura and Vignale White Platinum shades. It gains dark matte hexagonal upper grille with polished aluminium surround, as well as polished multi-spoke alloy wheels. Step inside the cabin and you’ll find the same premium atmosphere as in the S-MAX Vignale with both vehicles featuring as standard the SYNC3 infotainment system with an eight-inch touchscreen display.
Next on the list is the Ford Vignale Mondeo five-door that joins the Mondeo Vignale four-door and wagon models, which are already on sale across Europe.
Last but not least, Ford is also introducing the Kuga Vignale Concept that previews a future upscale compact SUV for Europe. Based on the facelifted Kuga that is also on display in the Swiss capital, the vehicle is finished in Vignale Palazzo Pearl. The interior features a unique leather treatment for the seats, doors and instrument panel with bespoke tuxedo stitching.
“Our Ford Kuga Vignale Concept speaks directly to the growing trend for luxury SUVs and represents the very best of Ford with premium design, materials and craftsmanship,” Roelant de Waard, vice president, marketing, sales and Service in Ford of Europe, commented. “We see great potential to extend the top end of our Ford product range and offer a special experience that meets the growing expectations of our customers.”