Update: A second image was just released and added to the gallery.
In 2011 the Blue Oval introduced the new B-Max as a Concept in Geneva, while this year the American automaker is planning to use the same event for the premiere of the production version.
The 2013 Ford B-Max is a small MPV that will compete with the Opel Meriva, which will extract power from the company’s all-new 1.0-litre 3-cylinder EcoBoost petrol engine capable of producing either 100 PS or 125 PS.
Duratorq TDCi diesels will also be available for those living in Europe, a market where the new B-Max will go on sale later this year.
If we were to compare the production version Ford B-Max with the Concept, then the only differences we can spot by looking at this initial image are the grille which is not chromed anymore and the door handles.
Stephen Odell, chairman and CEO, Ford of Europe said "The B-MAX combines an exciting, innovative design with features that only previously have been found in bigger cars," "It’s a brand new car that responds to the needs of an increasing number of customers who want much more from their small cars."
The 2013 Ford B-Max will be unveiled at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show by Ford President and CEO Alan Mulally.

Source: Ford