MEB-based Ford's brand new electric SUV will debut on March 21st.

According to reports, Ford recently released a teaser image of its upcoming all-electric SUV model and stated that the new car will officially debut on March 21.

The new car will be developed in collaboration with Volkswagen and based on the MEB platform, and Ford positions it as a “Sport Crossover” model.

The teaser comes from a short clip, in which Ford Europe’s design director Amko Leenarts reveals a small corner of the new car, showing the front fender and wheel design.

From the image, the front fender of the new car looks very thick and is matched with black wheel arch decorations to show its crossover attributes. At the same time, the vehicle’s wheels adopt an artistic design, with a semi-closed shape and a two-tone finish that showcases a double pentagon design, giving it a futuristic feel.

Based on previously obtained spy photos, the front face is almost completely enclosed, which makes the overall design of the new car more solid, while from the side profile, it seems to have a more traditional SUV body structure. However, since it is based on the MEB platform, the new car should have similar parameters in terms of body size and space structure as the Volkswagen ID.4/ID.5.

In terms of power, the new car may be equipped with front and rear dual motors with a four-wheel drive system, and the comprehensive output power is expected to reach 265 horsepower. The battery may have a capacity of 77 kWh, and the WLTP range is expected to exceed 500 kilometers.

This article is a translation by ChatGPT of a Chinese report from 42HOW. If you have any questions about it, please email