Ford Puma is completely different

Ford unveiled the new Puma, a modern, high-tech city SUV that has become a favorite among urban drivers across Europe. Ford Puma 2024 mantains dimensions and general aesthetic of the old model, but is completely differnet.

A confirmation of a best selleroffering space for five passengers and their luggage, making journeys both more enjoyable and relaxed. The new Puma features a completely redesigned interior with a large digital display, the latest connectivity, and a range of advanced driver assistance systems.

And will be also completely electric. Together with the responsive and fuel-efficient mild-hybrid powertrain, available in 125 hp, 155 hp, or 170 hp for the Performance model Puma ST Powershift, Ford announced that the all-electric Puma Gen-E will be unveiled later this year, becoming the first Puma to deliver zero emissions while driving.

Ford Puma: new interiors

Two large screens are now available in the interiors. The 12.8-inch digital instrument cluster can be customized to display the most helpful information for the driver, while the high-resolution 12-inch touchscreen, centrally positioned, makes it easy to control maps, infotainment systems, and features such as climate control and seat heating.

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The new Puma comes with the SYNC 4 infotainment system (such as the new Ford Kuga), which has twice the processing power of the previous version and adapts to make it easy to access the features the driver uses most. Voice recognition understands everyday language, and smartphones can be easily integrated with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto – and charged via wireless charging.

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The optional B&O sound system with 10 speakers enhances the audio experience. Style and comfort enhancements include a new sliding armrest and a sporty, two-spoke steering wheel with a flat bottom.

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The new Puma continues to be as practical as a much larger car. An 80-liter MegaBox in the luggage compartment is large enough to hold groceries for an entire week. Two sets of golf clubs can stand upright in the luggage compartment, and with five people on board, there is over 450 liters of space for luggage, shopping, or even a dog crate.

Drivint better

The new Puma makes driving easier. Intelligent adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go and lane centering accelerates and brakes smoothly for a more natural feel, Predictive Speed Assist adjusts the speed on curves on the road, in roundabouts, and when entering or leaving highways. A 360-degree camera system shows the car and its surroundings in a bird’s-eye view to simplify parking in tight spaces.

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In addition to a new design with a distinct light signature, the headlights with the optional Dynamic Matrix LED use Predictive Dynamic Bending Light to monitor the road ahead and illuminate curves to help the driver see more clearly.

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Customers can choose between the Titanium, ST-Line, and ST-Line X models, each with Puma’s now-iconic coupe-inspired exterior design and unique front bumpers, grille, and alloy wheels. Six colors are available to choose from, including the new Cactus Grey color for the Puma. Ground lighting that projects the Puma logo on the ground is both practical and contributes to Puma’s modern style.

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The new Puma comes with Ford’s 1.0-liter EcoBoost Hybrid engine, which uses 48-volt mild-hybrid power to save fuel or increase performance up to 155 hp. For a sportier drive, Ford Performance has developed the new Puma ST Powershift with a special sports chassis, style, and specification. The model has up to 170 hp peak power through a fast seven-speed automatic gearbox, an automatic gearbox also available for other Puma versions.

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Puma is designed and built in Europe and manufactured at Ford Otosan’s state-of-the-art factory in Craiova, Romania. The opportunity to order the new Ford Puma, along with Danish and Swedish prices, will be available at the end of the first quarter of 2024.

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