New Ford Ka concept debuts in Brazil

Developed in house by Ford Brazil, the Ka Concept is a global car and the production model will be launched most likely already next year.

The Ka Concept is a bit smaller than the Fiesta with similar design and the familiar Aston Martin inspired grille.

No engine details were released, but we are sure the popular 1.0-litre, EcoBoost three-cylinder from the Fiesta will be offered along with different diesel and petrol units.

The Ka Concept is the second vehicle developed by Ford Brazil following the EcoSport compact utility.

According to Ford, the Ka Concept features a best-in-class interior design with quality craftsmanship. New innovative features include shoe console side stowage that complements a device-docking station that will serve as the driver’s connection point to the world of mobility.

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