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The Ford Iosis is a four-door, four-seat sedan concept car developed by Ford of Europe. It was first displayed to the public at 2005 Frankfurt Motor Show. Along with the Ford SAV (which was showed earlier in the year at the Geneva Auto Show), it was designed to showcase the dynamic new design direction Ford intends to pursue for the European market. The shape of the concept car has been said to resemble an Aston Martin, which is currently a division of the Ford Motor Company, and features clean angles, a sharply sloped windscreen and large wheels. With the Iosis, Ford is displaying the styling concept of an aggressive stance put forth in the SAV on a completely different platform. Utilizing carbon fiber gullwing doors and rear facing cameras instead of conventional door mirrors, it is definitely a show car. Ford has stated that it is merely pointing in the direction of what the next Mondeo will aim for stylistically, and it is not intended for production as is.
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