Leading auto manufacturer Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) announced that it would be revealing an expanded customer experience and Vignale vehicle portfolio at the upcoming 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Moreover, the company will also announce its performance news during the same event.
Insights of Matter
The new Geneva Motor Show has gained significant popularity days before getting started, and Ford’s contribution to this promotion can’t be sidelined. In a recent public statement, the company announced that it would be revealing the names of new customer services and vehicles for revamped Vignale line. It has made some additions to its product portfolio recently; the world will know about them at the upcoming event in Geneva.
The new Vignale vehicle portfolio comes up with unique design, superior refinement, and world-class technologies. In order to make sure that the maximum number of visitors can get the insights of this product line, Ford has kept its show on March 1, 2016.
The senior management team of Ford is delighted to announce this update and hopes that the new Vignale product line will mark a new and revamped beginning for the company. According to Jim Farley, CEO & Chairman, Ford – Europe, it’s going to be a great day for the company. Reportedly Jim Farley will host a PR at Ford stand, Hall 5, PalExpo in Geneva, and talk more about the innovations that the company’s planning to launch in the near future.
Meanwhile, a report suggested that Ford’s working on a new technology to keep its vehicles hidden from the world until the launch event. On many occasions in the past, the company has faced such situations where the images of its yet-to-be-launched vehicles were shared on social media. It doesn’t want that to happen in the future, which is why Ford has decided to use modern camouflage technique to keep its products away from spies’ eyes. This technology is fast, responsive and good enough to let the company test its vehicles without worrying about any external factor.
It will continue to make further improvements in this technology in the future to achieve better results.