The Ford Brezza was a mid-engined concept car that was based in the floorplan of the Ford EXP.
Powering the Brezza was a 1.6-litre engine used in the Escort. The Brezza was designed to compete with aerodynamics, the Brezza incorporated unique skirted rear wheels, retractable headlights, and fairings ahead of the wheels to smooth airflow underneath the car.
The air flow under the car was used to extract cooling air from the fully-ducted radiator, which took in air through the slots beneath the nose.
A drag coefﬁcient of 0.30, electrically-operated windows, and flush window frames added to the car's sleek appearance. Luggage could be stored in the front and rear, and behind the seats. Inside, the red and black dashboard was accompanied by analog gauges mounted behind a plastic screen covering a protruding instrument box.
The automatic gear lever was mounted below the temperature and radio controls.