Earlier this month Ford announced the all-new Ford Puma Titanium X and promised that it would be officially released at the Frankfurt Motor Show. That motor show is underway, and Ford has made good on its promise and has revealed the car officially. The Ford Puma Titanium X is the highest specification of the Puma, and it used mild-hybrid technology.
The Ford Puma Titanium X has some very cool features, including the first removable and washable seat covers offered on any Ford model. The idea is that the covers can be taken off quickly, with one hand, and washed in the machine to keep them looking brand new. Even more interesting is that Ford has promised there will be aftermarket seat covers offered to allow owners of the Ford Puma Titanium X to customize their rides.
Standard tech includes Ford Sync 3 with wireless charging. The infotainment system supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Ford’s standard audio system is a 10-speaker B&O stereo. Ford’s big brag about the Titanium X is the mild-hybrid system.
The car uses a Ford 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine with an 11.5 kW belt-driven integrated starter/generator. It can recover and store energy lost during braking and coasting to charge the 48V lithium-ion air-cooled battery pack. The EcoBoost engine is offered in 125 PS and 155 PS versions. Driver assistance features are standard, including lane-keeping and pre-collision assist with pedestrian detection. The car also includes Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go.
Puma has lots of storage space, with seats folded flat it can hold something 112cm long. The Ford MegaBox rear can hold two golf bags standing upright. MegaBox also has a synthetic lining and a drain hole in the bottom to make cleaning it easy.