The journalists got a new version of the crossover Ford EscapeJanuary 4, 2019
Seen a prototype of the American news has a lot of camouflage. Nevertheless, we know that the new version of the Ford Escape crossover, in some markets this is the Ford Kuga, has big changes in the front and rear.
Judging by this fresh batch of “spy” pictures of the American crossover Ford Escape, the delusions engineers finally decided to remove the tight camouflage, so that we could better look at the updated version of the popular car. The compact novelty should be presented in the second half of 2019.
The automaker, the crossover will be positioned as an auto 2020 model year.
This copy of the new Escape received a slightly different false radiator grille. The headlights have received a clearer shape and a vertically oriented shape – now they have a more square shape. When looking at the car from the side you can see that the window line rises when approaching the rear rack. In the rear lights appeared more elongated shape than in the current version of the car. Camouflage hides the back door – it seems to have a flatter design.
It is known that the basic version of the updated Escape crossover will receive a 1.5-liter turbocharged 3-cylinder engine. More expensive equipment will be equipped with a 2.0-liter turbo engine. A nine-speed automatic transmission will be installed as the transmission. We were already able to see the prototypes of the hybrid version of the American crossover.
These pictures give us an idea about the upcoming Ford Explorer ST – a more powerful performance of the crossover. No data about him, unfortunately, not yet. There is also no information about the changes that will occur with the interior of the crossover.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote about the not quite fair opposition pickup Ford F-350 and Toyota Tundra.
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