• Ford Flex Facelift Spy Photos front fascia

  • Ford Flex Facelift Spy Photos headlights

  • Ford Flex Facelift Spy Photos fog lights

  • Ford Flex Facelift Spy Photos front fascia

  • Ford Flex Facelift Spy Photos interior

  • Ford Flex Facelift Spy Photos rear valance

  • Ford Flex Facelift Spy Photos rear 3/4

Spy photographers have managed to snap a fairly clear look at what the next iteration of the Ford Flex will bring to the table. If these photos are any indication, the crossover will wear a mild facelift that includes updates to the vehicle's grille, fog lights and front fascia as well as new badging. Expect to see new brightwork surrounding both the grille and the vehicle's headlights along with a restyled bumper cap. If that's not pulse-quickening enough for you, it looks as if Ford will also roll in a new fog-light design with a slimmer housing.

The rear of the vehicle will also receive a quick nip and tuck with a reworked bumper cap. We're guessing the rear hatch area may see some attention as well given the heavy camouflage present on this particular test vehicle. Word has it Flex buyers will also get a shot at MyFord Touch for the first time when the vehicle makes its way to dealer lots. Stay tuned.

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