With a sleek, streamlined silhouette, a recognizable grille at first glance, and LED headlamps inspired by those of the Ford GT, the new Puma’s styling has an irresistible, athletic look.
The new Puma presents its road information on a new 100% digital cockpit. This 12.3-inch high-definition LCD display (1920 x 720 pixels) can be customized to suit the driving style and offers an intuitive experience. The Puma also has a large central touch screen 8 inches, to display Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and access all the usual applications of a smartphone (such as Waze or Spotify for example)
It also has an innovative rear cargo area, the Megabox, which can hold, for example, two golf bags upright.
Intelligent and safe, it has autonomous technologies such as Ford Co-Pilot360 with emergency braking. The Puma is also a connected SUV thanks to its embedded 4G modem which allows to access many functionalities from a smartphone via the FordPass application.
For its launch, the all-new Puma will be available in Titanium (chic) and ST-Line X (sports), and will be offered in a 100% hybrid powertrain with the new EcoBoost Hybrid engine (mild-hybrid mHEV petrol / electric 48V) available in 2 power level 125hp and 155hp.