Ford EcoSport spotted with sunroof

Joanna Estrada
April 16, 2018

We first saw the new Ford EcoSport Titanium S variant in October 2017, before the launch of the facelifted model. The key feature added is a new sunroof which is available only in this version. The fact that the vehicle has already started reaching dealership indicates that the company will be introducing it pretty soon and it will be positioned above the existing top-end Titanium+ variant. If the Titanium S is priced so high, it falls in the same segment competing with Hyundai Creta. This particular SUV is claimed to have been spotted at a Ford dealership in Kerala, and judging by the images, in addition to few cosmetic enhancements, the Titanium S variant of the EcoSport will also come with a sunroof and a six-speed manual gearbox. The new instrument console features chrome rings around the speedometer and tachometer. The in-car connectivity and entertainment is dealt by a large touchscreen infotainment system and the three-spoke multi-functional steering wheel has mounted button control. Also, one of the images shows that the gear knobs has 6 gear markings.

Inside, the Titanium S variant of the Ford EcoSport will come equipped with a dual tone dashboard and seat upholstery with orange highlights.

As for the exterior, the Ford EcoSport Titanium S grade comes equipped with two-tone front bumper, a mean looking front grille adorning the Canyon Ridge colour scheme, black painted roof nearly bringing a piano black finish, smoked out headlamps with LED Daytime Running Lights integrated on to it, new sporty five-spoke alloy wheels finished in grey colour. The auto has a blacked-out roof and roof rails.

Ford Eco Sport Titanium S Interior
Ford EcoSport spotted with sunroof

Engine specifications are likely to remain unchanged and hence the Ford EcoSport Titanium S variant could be offered with the same 1.5-litre, three cylinder petrol engine and the 1.5-litre, four cylinder diesel engine.

The expected pricing has taken Ecosport up to a new price segment.

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