We expect the 2023 Ford EcoSport to be completely overhauled (redesigned and re-engineered), representing the introduction of the third generation of the nameplate.
Following is speculative and unconfirmed information about the 2023 Ford Ecosport. This page is a continuous work-in-progress and will be updated on a regular basis as we await official details from Ford.
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Expected Changes, Updates, New Features
- All-new platform, switching to the latest version of the Ford Global B car platform shared with the Ford Puma
- All-new exterior design
- All-new interior
- Larger size than outgoing, second-generation model
- Possible production relocation to North America
We expect the 2023 Ford EcoSport to continue being available exclusively in one body style – a five-door, five-passenger subcompact crossover. However, this all-new model is expected to grow in size compared to the outgoing, second-generation model.
We expect the 2023 Ford EcoSport to be offered with a series of three cylinder engines mated to Ford’s eight-speed automatic transmission.
We expect the 2023 EcoSport to migrate to the latest generation of the Ford global B car platform shared with the Ford Puma and latest Ford Fiesta.
It’s currently unclear where the 2023 Ford EcoSport will be assembled. Production of the all-new model might be relocated to North America.
We expect the 2023 Ford EcoSport to launch in late 2022 calendar year as a 2023 model year vehicle.
The 2023 EcoSport starting price is expected to be around $20,000.
We expect the 2023 model year to become the first of the third-generation Ford EcoSport, and that this generation will run for at least five years before overhauled or replaced by another model.
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