The “charged” Ford Puma ST is being tested at the NurburgringMay 14, 2020
Ford brought to the test its most powerful novelty.
Ford Puma ST has long been hidden from photospies. Back in February, the first spy photos showed a sports crossover without camouflage. It is expected that the debut of the new items should happen in the near future, and the company continues to refine its new product before it goes on sale. New spy shots show Puma ST at the Nurburgring.
We did not see anything new in the photographs and you can see that this Puma looks ready for production. The “charged” car has a sporty exterior, in particular, it is a redesigned front panel with a more aggressive style, larger wings and unique asymmetric wheels. Not only that, but other sporting touches include a large roof spoiler and its redesigned rear bumper.
It is clear that on the legendary Nurburgring highway, the company is working on the modernization of the mechanical part. Puma ST should get a 1.5-liter three-cylinder turbocharged engine from the Fiesta ST with a return of 198 horsepower and 290 Newton meters of torque. From zero to 100 km / h, the novelty should accelerate in 6 seconds.
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