Ford's Kinetic design language is clear on this prototype. Looking dynamic and striking, a pronounced fascia, upswept window line, and bulging wheelarches will feature, although the latter could be camouflage.
Transit, allowing for a warm-performance model. The current rear-drive Transit comes in many, many different variations but the U.S market will only see the long-wheel-base, high-roof model according to reports.
These will be rebadged as the 'T-Series' and will be built alongside the F-Series trucks in Kansas City,