Adding to the current Mondeo Vignale, Ford has strengthened the brand’s premium range, bringing its total line-up to four models.
The Edge Vignale was shown in Vignale Ametista Scura Brown, and also in Vignale White Platinum, with a dark matte Vignale hexagonal upper grille design and polished aluminium surround.
The Ford S-Max was revealed in the exclusive Vignale Milano Grigio exterior colour and in Vignale White Platinum.
Bespoke chrome-finish fog lights and 19in polished aluminium wheels were among the exterior design details featured on both the Edge and S-Max Vignale models, with hexagonal-quilted Windsor leather seats, door interiors, central armrest and instrument panel, on the inside.
A concept version of the forthcoming Ford Kuga Vignale also made its world debut at the show. The concept featured leather-clad seats, door trims, instrument panel and boot floor, all with bespoke tuxedo stitching.
Ford said almost 80% of the 102,000 Kugas sold in 2015 were high-specification Titanium models, which would suggest a high demand for luxury in the SUV segment.
A five-door version of the Vignale Mondeo made an appearance, too, which will go on sale next year.