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  Ford Focus C-Max

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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced in:2002
Introduced at:2002 Paris Motor Show
Source:Company press release
Last updated:Before December 1st, 2004
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Click here to download printer friendly versionThe world's best-selling car, Ford Focus, has inspired a Multi-Activity Vehicle concept which made its public debut at the Paris Mondial de l'Automobile, 2002. The Focus C-MAX Concept signals Ford's thinking on this fast-growing segment. It combines the space, versatility and comfort of a Multi-Activity Vehicle (MAV) with the sleek styling and safe, stable driving experience of Europe's favourite car.

The result is a concept for a modern family vehicle with contemporary style, appealing technology and features that help to extend an active lifestyle. Ford expects a production version of the Focus C-MAX would appeal to families with children and active couples for whom today's generation of MAVs has had something important missing.

Ford of Europe's Design Group, led by Director Chris Bird, have taken 'active luxury' as their theme and were inspired by the functional design of sports and luxury goods, ranging from the precision of exclusive watches to the functionality of ski bindings. Outside, Focus C-MAX Concept is finished in Tonic Blue, a shimmering light hue.

Inside, the emphasis on luxury is evidenced by its unique seating theme of four individual seats, its DVD-based, rear-seat multi-media system and its exclusive interior design architecture. Twin, tinted skylights run the length of the vehicle roof, flanking an island-style multi-functional centre console that incorporates individual occupant-controlled lighting, built-in stowage areas and innovative wireless technology.

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