The all-new Ford Edge Concept made its debut today at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show, highlighted by new technologies such as the remote-operated parking. The new Edge Concept is described by Ford as sleek, sporty and fuel-efficient. The first visual impact with the car shows big three-bar front grille that influences the shape of the hood, LED headlamps, strong shoulders and taillamps connected to the backlight.
The concept car is painted in Copper Flame, a modern interpretation of the most popular color on the current Ford models. Inside, we find a high level of craftsmanship and material quality. The interior includes leather wrapped and hand-stitched instrument panel, 10-inch touch screen display with MyFord Touch, unique gear shifter, floating binnacle top, dynamic center stack with premium mechanical switchgear, unique steering wheel and scuff plate with bright silver finish, matte black paint and LED-lit “Edge”.
As we said, the Edge Concept debuts the fully assisted parking aid, a prototype technology that lets customers park their cars at the touch of a button or even by remote control. Adaptive steering is also a new technology that makes steering at low speed much easier and steering in all conditions feel more confident.