Ford is expanding the Vignale line and is bringing the fourth series in the noble style with the Kuga. Based on the completely renovated Kuga ( P remiere was in Geneva, order started in summer) the Ford Kuga Vignale complements the model range upwards. The Ford Kuga Vignale premiered at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The Vignale series began with the Mondeo, the large SUV Edge Vignale and the Van S-Max Vignale will also be offered in such a top variant in the future.
Ford Kuga Vignale with Windsor leather
The special features of the Ford Kuga Vignale include, among other things, an exclusive leather interior and the special pearl effect paintwork in 'Vignale Milano Grigio'. The lavishly quilted Windsor leather not only adorns the seats, it also covers the dashboard area and door panels.
The Ford Kuga Vignale receives its finish in a special “Vignale Center” at the Valencia plant. There is an extrapenible final inspection, which should guarantee a special processing level. In addition, according to Ford, the paintwork of every vehicle is polished by hand for two hours.
Almost 80 percent want luxury
In addition to the chic equipment, Ford also wants customers of the various Vignale models with one serve exclusive service. This includes special sales and advice areas with lounge character within the car dealerships. 500 Ford stores across Europe are to be upgraded with such a Vignale Lounge by 2017. Ford celebrated a sales record in Europe in 2015 and delivered 102,000 Kuga. According to the manufacturer, almost 80 percent were ordered in the top version Titanium, from which Ford derives a special need for the even higher quality Vignale variant.
The Ford Kuga Vignale comes with petrol and diesel engines from 150 hp each, as well as the intelligent one All-wheel drive iAWD offered, manual and automatic transmissions are available. The market launch is to take place at the same time as the first deliveries of the revised Kuga in early 2017. Prices have not yet been announced.