Ford is giving the overseas recession one gigantic middle finger and its European consumers two thumbs up with an announcement that the company will be deploying a 15-vehicle revamp spanning the next five years. Ford made the announcement this week, revealing the new Mondeo (which is just their version of the Fusion), and announcing that, for the first time ever, the Mustang will be making its European debut. In addition to those two vehicles, the lineup will include the C-Max, B-Max, Focus, Fiesta, Kuga, EcoSport, Ranger, Edge, Tourneo, and Transit.
Ford will also continue to grow with its 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engine, making it available in Fiesta later this year, then EcoSport and Mondeo, and later the Focus, B-Max; C-Max and Grand C-Max. Check out images of a large majority of the new-look vehicles, ending with a trailer for the new 'Stang.