Ford has planned to present the "hot" SUV Puma ST at the end of September.
The novelty will be equipped with a 197-horsepower turbo engine. The external differences between the Ford Puma ST and the standard version of the car can be traced to the aerodynamic body kit and wheels, as in the Fiesta ST model.
The car will be driven by a 3-cylinder 1.5-liter turbocharged unit with 197 horsepower. The novelty gains the first hundred kilometers per hour in 6.7 seconds, and the maximum speed is 130 kilometers per hour.
The "charged" version will be equipped with some technical changes, compared to the simple variation. For example, there will be a stiffer suspension with new larger brake discs.
Puma will be the third Ford model in Europe to have a "charged" version. The crossover will be rivals for the Hyundai Kona N and Hyundai HR-V.