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First "official" Ford Mondeo concept images

 
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First "official" Ford Mondeo concept images

First "official" Ford Mondeo concept images

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We previously reported on some leaked Ford Mondeo images that were taken while the car was filming on location in the Bahamas for the new James Bond movie. Ford is keen to show off the car, and even though Bond’s car will remain an Aston Martin, the Mondeo will be the first car in the movie. These are the first professionally shot images of the Mondeo concept, though they haven't been released by Ford per se.

Despite appearances that this is just a normal sedan, the concept is a 5-door model built specifically for the movie. When you lift the boot, the rear windscreen rises with it, which gives it ample space for storage. This car will be quite big, measuring in at just under 4.8m.

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  1. If the new 2007 Ford Mondeo is for sale throughout Europe then why does it look as though a US license plate wouldl fit perfectly?
     
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  2. Er, this is the five door hatch. This is NOT a body style produced just for the movie. It;s a standard body style in Europe where cars of this type are typically sold as saloons, hatchbacks and wagons. Doh!
     
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  3. Err, I said that this car was made specifically for the Bond movie's scenes. I'm well aware that the 5-door hatch is a common common form factor...
     
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