All-new 2015 Ford S-MAX revealed with space for seven

Ford has unveiled the all-new S-MAX with distinctive new styling, new tech and seating for seven just like the original model.

The all-new S-MAX debuts also Ford Adaptive Steering in Europe. Engine choices include a 1.5-litre EcoBoost petrol and revised 2.0-litre TDCi diesel engines. Intelligent All-Wheel Drive is also available, making it perfect for Northern countries with snow or people living in the country side with bad road conditions.

For the first time Ford Dynamic LED Headlamps with Glare-Free Highbeam are available, as well as Pre-Collision Assist technology.

The S-MAX is perfect for carrying people or cargo offering 32 seating and loadspace combinations, and segment-first Easy-Fold second and third row seats.

The interior is simple, yet nice and very practical. The traditional instrument cluster can be changed for an optional driver-facing 10-inch digital screen.

There is also segment-first front Ford Multi-Contour Seats, dedicated rear climate system,8-inch high-resolution touchscreen in the centre console to control SYNC 2 voice-control system and hands-Free Tailgate, that can be opened or closed using a kicking motion beneath the rear bumper.

The all-new S-MAX will go on sale across Europe next spring with prices to be confirmed closer to market launch.

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2015 Ford S-MAX interior

2015 Ford S-MAX

2015 Ford S-MAX


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