Ford has confirmed prices for the new Edge large SUV.
The part-time four-wheel drive car will start from £29,995 for a Zetec model with a 2.0-litre 177bhp diesel and a manual gearbox.
Upgrading the equipment level to Titanium spec adds £2,250, with a further £2,250 taking buyers up to a 207bhp version of the same engine in tandem with a six-speed automatic gearbox.
The same £34,495 also buys a Sport model with the 177bhp engine and a manual transmission, and at the top of the range the higher-powered Sport with automatic shifting costs £36,745.
Also confirmed are 10 exterior colours, a target official fuel economy of 48.7mpg and target emissions of 149g/km. Automatic engine stop-start will be standard.
New technologies for Ford will also be offered, like Adaptive Steering, which changes the amount of steering lock required for the same turn according to how fast you’re travelling. Similar systems on premium cars have been heavily criticised by the automotive media.
Clever four-wheel drive technology can send 100% of the power to either the front or the rear wheels if needed.
It will arrive in dealerships in the summer.