New crossover will have rounder styling, and could feature plug-in hybrid drivetrain and seven-seat options.
The next-generation Ford Escape has been teased in a series of videos, shared on social media, ahead of its launch on April 2, European time.
In the teaser videos we catch glimpses of the new crossover's grille, headlights, tail-lights, and number plate garnish, which now includes the car's name written out in large letters.
Earlier spy photos have revealed the next-generation Escape will have a rounder, more organic styling language. In addition to sharing a platform with the latest Focus, the two cars will also share many design elements.
Reports indicate the new Escape will be available with a plug-in hybrid drivetrain and, possibly, a seven-seat variant. The majority of models are expected to be powered by turbocharged petrol and diesel engines.
Earlier this week Ford revealed it will add a 48V mild-hybrid drivetrain with a 1.0-litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine to its European Fiesta and Focus ranges. Such a setup is a possibility for European Kuga models.