Ford has revealed the second in its trilogy of Verve concepts, and this time it's a four-door that points to the design of the next generation Fiesta saloon.
We saw the handsome little three-door back in Frankfurt, but this bigger variant has been unveiled at the Guangzhou motor show in China.
That's because the saloon Fiesta will likely be an Asia-only model - we in Europe will instead get the three- and five-door hatches. It's an indication of just how seriously the big manufacturers are taking the emerging markets in the Far East.
Ford is calling the four-door Verve a 'notchback', a term we'd more commonly associated with classic three-box saloons, whereas this is a far more flowing, curvaceous design. From the B-pillar forward it's identical to the three-door Verve, but adds a Mondeo-style rear end with high-mounted two-piece taillights.
The frameless doors won't make it to production - and we can't imagine those 20-inch 12-spokes coming as standard - but Ford says the four-door gives 'an advanced indication' of its design philosophy.
The final instalment in the Verve trilogy - likely a taller, mini-SUV concept - will be revealed at the Detroit show in January.