Ford Freestyle Flair Edition Brochure Reveals Details About New Variant

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The Ford Freestyle is a CUV variant of the Ford Figo on sale in India since 2018. Currently, there are four trim levels of the Freestyle available, including the Ambiente, Trend, Titanium, and Titanium+. But there’s a new variant on the way dubbed the Freestyle Flair Edition, and it aims to build upon the range-topping Titanium+ with a few exterior and interior adornments.

Ford has yet to reveal the Freestyle Flair Edition, but the car’s brochure has already begun reaching dealerships and gives us a few clues as to what to expect. On the outside, that starts with a series of red accents including the roof rack, side mirrors, front and rear scuff plates, and stripes on the lower portion of the doors.

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Additionally, the Flair Edition will receive special graphics on the rear hatch, a black roof, and black 15 inch alloy wheels. The theme continues inside, where the CUV features red accents on the steering wheel and armrests, as well as “Flair” embroidered on the headrests. Otherwise, the interior remains unchanged from the well-equipped Titanium+.

Ford Freestyle Trend and Titanium

The Freestyle Flair Edition also comes equipped with a sport-tuned suspension, Active Rollover Protection, Traction Control, and Hill Launch Assist. Additional tech and convenience features include a 7 inch touchscreen/infotainment system, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capability, Ford MyPass, rain-sensing wipers, and steering wheel audio controls.

Standard safety features include six airbags, ABS brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution, rear parking sensors, and backup camera. As far as drivetrains go, the Flair Edition is expected to come with either Ford’s 1.2L Ti-VCT three-cylinder, or the automaker’s 1.5L TDCi diesel. Currently, the Freestyle is only available with FoMoCo’s five-speed manual transmission, so it’s likely that would also be the sole option with the Freestyle Edition, too.

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Ford Freestyle Titanium

We’ll have much more on the new Freestyle Flair Edition as soon as it’s available, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Freestyle news and non-stop Ford news coverage.

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Written by Brett Foote

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. I still remember (and I have seen some on the road) the original Ford Freestyle that was based on a Volvo design. It was like a wagon (lower height) version of the Explorer, and larger than the Escape. Ford of India is reusing the name on a small subcompact car that looks smaller then the Fiesta.

  2. It is too bad Americans choose to drive the monster vehicles. Cars like this are so much more economical to buy and run. They are also more attractive than, I am sorry to say, the Bronco.

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