More Mondeo: Ford's Prototype Midsize Wagon Revealed

The rest of Ford's official Mondeo concept shots came down the pike last night, showing the company's proto-Mondeo in Paris-ready trim. It's the first production model to use Ford's new "kinetic design" language, introduced in the Iosis concept last year at the Frankfurt show, which designers say uses styling cues to express a car's driving dynamics. Ford says the road-ready version will come with a range of enginery, including a 1.6-liter Duratec, 2.5-liter turbo five and two diesels (1.8 liter and 2.0 liter). Ford's also touting a human-machine interface dealie that combines entertainment and nav functions (think iDrive with multiple knobs). Click through for more pics.

More Mondeo: Ford's Prototype Midsize Wagon Revealed

More Mondeo: Ford's Prototype Midsize Wagon Revealed

More Mondeo: Ford's Prototype Midsize Wagon Revealed

More Mondeo: Ford's Prototype Midsize Wagon Revealed

More Mondeo: Ford's Prototype Midsize Wagon Revealed

More Mondeo: Ford's Prototype Midsize Wagon Revealed

More Mondeo: Ford's Prototype Midsize Wagon Revealed

More Mondeo: Ford's Prototype Midsize Wagon Revealed

More Mondeo: Ford's Prototype Midsize Wagon Revealed

More Mondeo: Ford's Prototype Midsize Wagon Revealed

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