Ford iosis X Concept 

  • 2006
 
Its styling is quite radical, but the message is clear from Ford: expect to see a compact crossover from Ford in the next eighteen months, possibly incorporating some of the Iosis X's styling elements.
by AutomobileMag News (Sep, 2006)
The interior is dominated by a new 'interlocking bridge' centre console structure inspired by modern helicopter cockpit design.
by www.supercars.net

Data points Key details of the Ford iosis X Concept

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10
Dec

Ford iosis X Concept

www.supercars.net
Whilst the inverted grille at the front is the most obvious trapezoidal graphic it appears in many other interpretations throughout the exterior: the intakes at the front, the chamfers at the base of the windscreen and rear window, within the wheels, in the C post kink and the ridges running down the bonnet are all elements of this basic shape.
Ford iosis X is very clearly a concept and is not intended to be representative of this future production model.
29
Sep

2006 Ford Iosis X Concept

AutomobileMag News
Perhaps a better name would have been the Ford IROC X concept, because the design-especially in the rear three-quarter view-shares more than a slight resemblance to Volkswagen's IROC concept, which also made its public debut at the 2006 Paris show.
Its styling is quite radical, but the message is clear from Ford: expect to see a compact crossover from Ford in the next eighteen months, possibly incorporating some of the Iosis X's styling elements.
1
Sep

Ford Iosis X Concept

by JON YANCA |
Car & Driver News
This five-door crossover concept (X denoting its crossover capabilities) is not intended to represent a production model, but rather "explores the ways in which Ford's kinetic design form language and detailing can be applied to a niche vehicle in a rugged and exciting way.
This year in Paris, Ford unveiled its Iosis X concept which shares nothing in common with the original but their new 'kinetic design' philosophy.

Specifications Full list of technical specs

general

Brand Ford
Year 2006

transmission

Gearing Traditional

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc

power & handling

Steering system Rack and pinion

engine

Fuels Gas
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