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The Ford 1.1L Duratec engine, also known as the 1.1L Ti-VCT, is a 1.1-liter naturally aspirated three-cylinder engine from Ford Motor used to power subcompact cars. Featuring a dual overhead cam (DOHC) design, in an inline configuration, the Ford 1.1L Duratec engine has been part of the Ford Duratec engine family since 2017.

Assembled at the Ford Motor Company Bridgend Engine Plant in the UK, this engine is only currently used for the Ford Fiesta sold in Europe and other international markets. It’s currently the second smallest displacement engine within the Ford engine family after the Ford 1.0 EcoBoost Fox engine with which it shares almost all mechanical components, minus the turbocharger.

Offered in two different output variations – ranging between 70 and 85 horsepower – this engine’s main purpose is to provide an affordable and fuel efficient power source for sub-compact cars aimed primarily at urban use. the engine powers the following vehicles:

  • Ford Fiesta

Ford 1.1L Duratec Overview

Engine familyDuratec
Displacement1.1 liters
Configuration & cylindersInline, three cylinders
Vehicle engine orientationTransverse
Valve configurationDual overhead cam (DOHC) with variable camshaft timing (VCT)
Assembly sitesBridgend, Wales, United Kingdom
PredecessorFord Sigma engine
SuccessorCurrently none

Ford 1.1L Duratec Specifications

Bore73 mm
Stroke96 mm
Compression ratio12:1
Max power @ RPM85 hp @ 6,300 rpm
Max torque @ RPM80 lb-ft @ 5,800 rpm
Cylinder HeadCast aluminum
Cylinder BlockCast iron
Camshaft DriveBelt

Ford 1.1L Duratec Vehicle Applications

VehicleTransmissionDrive WheelsHorsepower @ RPMTorque (lb-ft) @ RPM
Ford Fiesta (2017 - present)Five-speed manualFWD70 @ 6,000 / 85 @ 6,30080 @ 5,800


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