The EcoSport has been developed entirely in South America and will be hoping to fill a gap in Ford’s range that cars like the Nissan Juke are currently exploiting.
Just like the facelifted Fiesta and the recently revealed B-MAX MPV, the EcoSport gets a large trapezoidal lower grille, topped by a narrow single-bar opening that incorporates the Ford badge.
Expect to see the same engines as the B-MAX line-up too, including a 1.6 TDCi diesel with 94bhp and a 1.0-litre three-cylinder Ecoboost with either 99bhp or 118bhp.
Ford’s SYNC system is also included, allowing drivers to make phone calls using voice activation and play music through Bluetooth or USB connections.
In addition to the EcoSport, Ford will also introduce the all-new Kuga SUV and the larger Ford Edge off-roader will go on sale in Europe, too.