Ford chose a weird, but at the same time attractive design for its 2013 Flex crossover. What strikes you from the first glance is the robotic front end, with rounded corners and the word Flex spread across it. Besides this, the new model also features a 3.5-liter V6 which now boasts 285 HP instead of 265 and is 1 mpg more fuel efficient. Customers can also choose the twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6.
More changes have been made to the interior design: a new dashboard with the latest version of MyFord Touch, pushbutton start, optional rear inflatable seatbelts, collision-avoidance technologies and rain sensing wipers.
You can admire the new Flex crossover at the Los Angeles Show next week and decide whether the company has taken the best decision concerning the new design.