Ford plans to expand sales of powerful Puma ST in multiple marketsFebruary 17, 2021
The Ford CEO tweeted that he wants the high-performance Ford Puma ST crossover to be offered in the US and other markets as well. He suggests that the move will add sportiness to the brand’s crossover lineup, which is offered in the US.
A shift in focus from sedans and hatchbacks to crossovers, SUVs and trucks has led the American automaker to introduce several new models to complement its new lineup. In addition to the return to the US of the EcoSport crossover, which has become the most budget car of the brand in this country, another, more interesting SUV is expected to appear soon.
Ford CEO Jim Farley retweeted a 15-second ad for the new 2021 Ford Puma ST yesterday yesterday: “Wish it hits NA [North America] and other markets!”
Maybe he can persuade Ford’s board of directors to actually start selling the car in the US. Farley has officially stated that he would like the brand to offer many more affordable vehicles.
The addition of the Puma ST to the brand’s current lineup in the US, along with the usual compact Puma rendition, will give Ford a sportier model to its collection than the off-road-focused Bronco Sport. Puma shares the fundamentals, design and composition of the engine range with the new Fiesta. The more powerful ST version is powered by a powerful 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine that produces 197 horsepower (320 Nm). A manual transmission is proposed as a transmission.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote about what the 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor SUV could be. artist wb.artist20 posted his vision of what a high-performance Ford Raptor SUV could be. This vehicle is based on the powerful F-150 Raptor of the 2021 model year.
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