Ford is set to debut its SYNC in-car connectivity system in the new-generation Ford B-Max compact MPV debuting at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show next week. While U.S. customers have been using SYNC for a few years now, the B-Max will be the first Ford in Europe to benefit from the option, which allows drivers to connect their mobile phones and music players, and includes Emergency Assistance. The Fiesta-based B-max is aimed at drivers looking for a little more practicality from their small cars, without picking something less economical. To that end, the B-Max will also use Ford's new 1.0-liter...
2013 Ford B-Max Revealed Ahead Of 2012 Geneva Motor Show
Ford has taken the covers off its new B-Max compact MPV that’s set to debut next month at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The vehicle, which is based on Fiesta running-gear, is primarily targeted at European buyers meaning we're unlikely to see it sold in the U.S. The B-Max is a brand new model...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
2011 Geneva Motor Show: Technology And Design At Swiss Show
The Geneva Motor Show is one of the top auto shows each year for new cars, concepts and car technology, and 2011 was no exception. Under the shining lights and amongst the glamorous girls were some pretty hot ideas and cool technology, so here we've chosen our favorite gadgets, details and tech...Antony Ingram
Ford B-Max Concept: 2011 Geneva Motor Show
Highlighting Ford's innovative vision for the small car market. That's how the Blue Oval is pitching its production-ready compact MPV concept, the B-Max, ahead of its official unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show. The production ready part is a certainty--this is no concept car. Ford says it previews...Nelson Ireson