2015 Ford S-Max prototype caught for the first time

Her we have our first spy shots of the next-generation Ford S-Max, which has now started testing in Michigan, U.S.

The prototype is heavily camouflaged and was testing together with a current Ford S-Max support car.

Ford showed us the concept of the next S-Max last August and it looks like the production model will follow a similar sleek design and proportions.

The rear doors are disguised to look like sliding-doors, but it is fake and the model should have the same regular doors as the current model.

We can see little of the high mounted grille and swept-back headlamps.

The rear of the car is very confusing with all this camouflage, so it is hard to tell will it have the same rear as the concept.

This new minivan or as Ford referred to the concept, the sport activity vehicle is expected to debut in late 2014 or in early 2015.


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