The Ford B-Max, an MPV version of the Fiesta, has been shown to us at this year’s Geneva Auto Show, but we only got to see it in concept form. However, we now have a new set of spyshots, which brings new closer-to-production details, related to the interior, as well as the exterior of the car.
Fortunately, the car has kept many of the details shown on the concept we saw in march, with one of the most useful features being the rear sliding doors. The current spy photos allow us to see the interior of the car for the first time, as well as its real taillights.
Like we said, the B-Max is based on the Fiesta’s underpinnings, with its MPV
status bringing a length increase of 11 cm (4.33 inches). As for what’s under the camouflage-covered hood, the vehicle will use a downsized, direct-injected 1.0-liter turbocharged three-cylinder Ecoboost engine.
PS: you'll notice a lot of juicy details in the interior photo, such as the lack of airbags.