|Designer||Stefan Lamm, Martin Smith|
|Body and chassis|
|Layout||Rear-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout|
The exterior design, referred to as Kinetic 2.0, was carried out by Stefan Lamm under the leadership of Ford of Europe’s executive design director Martin Smith. The car features four gull-wing doors and is not intended for production. However, Ford announced that the design strategy showcased in the Evos will appear on production cars in a few months.
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