For Europe, Ford is preparing an improved Puma crossover. As the Fiesta is no longer in production and the Puma is now the entry-level vehicle for the Blue Oval, the model has new responsibilities. Ford will update the model’s inside and exterior appearance to go along with the increased work responsibilities.
The crossover’s headlights, grille, and bumper will all be redesigned as part of the mid-cycle overhaul. Changes in the back will be more difficult to see because the symbol will relocate inside the grille. The taillights of the test car are still present.
When the all-electric version is released, one of the most significant alterations to the car will take place underneath the body. The Puma, which might produce roughly 134 horsepower, will utilise the electric-drive components from the E-Transit Courier van.
With 100 kilowatt DC charging, the Puma EV ought to be able to increase its range by 54 miles in just 10 minutes. The Puma EV is most likely going to have distinctive front-end appearance, such as a closed-off grille and other powertrain-specific details.
Moreover, the Puma will still be available with gasoline engines from the manufacturer. With 123, 153, or 168 horsepower available depending on the application, the base 1.0-liter, three-cylinder EcoBoost hybrid should still be offered in the new model.
Debut will be sometime next year.