There are images of “charged” crossover Ford Puma STJune 29, 2019
Finally, we have images of a more powerful version of the new American crossover Ford Puma. In May of this year, we saw “spy” pictures of the prototype of a similar version of the car.
Judging by the initial reaction of the automotive public, everyone seems to love the all-new Ford Puma. This is a stylish little crossover based on the updated urban baby Fiesta, which is sold in Europe. One of the first thoughts that appeared in our heads after becoming acquainted with this crossover was associated with the desire to lower its ground clearance, “put on” wider tires and more pleasant wheel rims, as well as see a more powerful engine under the hood. Yes, we are talking about the high-performance crossover Puma ST, which we believe will be very popular.
Design Studio X-Tomi Design presents its vision of a more powerful and sporty version of a small American crossover. We like what we see, and we really want this car on this render to ever be mass-produced.
Now let’s look at the digital drawing. The car shown here is actually a bit lower than a regular Puma, and has wider and low profile tires. In front you can see an additional decorative finish, coated with black lacquer, as well as a set of two-color alloy wheels.
One of the very interesting and logical options for the Puma ST will be a 1.5-liter 3-cylinder EcoBoost engine from the “charged” Fiesta ST with a capacity of about 200 horsepower (290 Nm). In the case of the Fiesta ST, acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h takes only 6.5 seconds. There is no automatic transmission in the Fiesta ST – only the mechanic is offered.
There is no official confirmation from Ford about whether Puma ST will become a reality, but we have already seen the prototype of the Puma crossover, which has received a more sporty appearance.
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