Well, that didn’t take long; not even 24 hours after we broke the news story that Ford’s planning to reveal a concept mini-car previewing the next generation Fiesta and the official sketches “popped-up” in the internet this morning. As our insider rightfully informed us yesterday, the prototype combines design elements from both the new Mondeo and the Kuga SUV. Looks pretty darn good however we shouldn’t get too excited as Ford will definitely tone down the production version’s appearance when it introduces it at the Geneva Show next March. We’ll have more on Ford’s B-Segment concept later on the day. -One more image after the jump
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