Ford will debut production versions of the new C-Max and Grand C-Max compact minivans at the Geneva auto show on March 2.
The automaker also will discuss its global C-car strategy and introduce an additional Focus model, which sources say will be a station wagon variant.
The minivans will be shown alongside the new Focus, which was unveiled at the Detroit auto show in January. The five-seat C-Max and seven-seat Grand C-Max will go on sale in Europe this year. U.S. sales of the seven-seat model begin late next year.
The C-Max has a coupelike, sweeping roofline that falls off to the rear. The seven-seat model has a higher roofline to accommodate the additional row of seats. It also has twin sliding doors.
"The launch of the new C-Max range is highly significant and shows customers worldwide that they can expect some truly exciting designs as we roll out our new global range of medium cars," Ford of Europe CEO John Fleming said in a statement.
European sources say the vehicle will be sold in the United States as the C-Max.
The C-Max minivans and the new Focus are based on Ford's new global platform, created to underpin 10 redesigned compact vehicles.
Ford's European engineers developed the new Focus. Unlike the previous two generations they created for Europe, it will be sold in North America. North American and European sales start early next year.
North American models will be assembled in Wayne, Mich.
Rick Kranz contributed to this report.