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Ford Launches Vignale Version of Kuga and Edge

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Expanding their luxurious Vignale range which is a special trim level blessed with a whole host of upscale features and equipment, Ford announced the launch of new Kuga Vignale and Edge Vignale models in Europe. These high-end versions of the mid-range SUVs come with “tuxedo-stitched Windsor leather interiors” and unique Vignale colors, among other features.

Besides the aforementioned options and a more luxurious front grille, other notable highlights of Ford Kuga and Edge Vignale include SYNC 3 connectivity with enhanced voice-control and 8-inch touch screen enabling pinch and swipe gestures, Ford Active Noise Control, and Ford Intelligent All Wheel Drive.

Ford Kuga Vignale boasts exclusive features such as Vignale pearlescent Milano Grigio exterior which is a sort of rose metallic color, dark gloss effect finishes for the front and rear skid plates, door appliques and boot trim, hexagonal front grille, unique hexagonal-quilted Windsor leather featuring prominent tuxedo-style stitching for the seats and door interiors in Cashmere, and tech equipment such as Ford’s Perpendicular Parking, Active City Stop collision avoidance system and weather dependent lighting.

As for Ford Edge Vignale, the exterior highlights include chrome-finish fog lamps, signature Ford Vignale hexagonal upper grille design with dark matte finish and polished aluminium surround, and 19-inch polished aluminium wheels as well as Vignale Ametista Scura paint job, while inside you get the same Windsor leather with stitching in light Cashmere or dark Ebony plus leather center console and armrests, a woven aluminium applique on the passenger side, Front Wide-View Camera, Blind Spot Information System, Traffic Sign Recognition, Lane Keeping Alert, Lane Keeping Aid and Driver Alert.

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