2014 Ford EcoSport EU-Version is the next SUV installment to replace Ford Kuga. As the name suggests, the EcoSport EU-Version is specially made for the European market, but it turns out that the car is developed thousands miles away from Europe, or even United States, but in Brazil. The 2014 Ford EcoSport EU-Version is claimed to be better than the Kuga, which integrates a number of crucial technological upgrades to ensure the comfort and the safety for both driver and passengers.
The 2014 Ford EcoSport EU-Version clings to the Ford’s B-segment platform, which is also incorporated by the Ford Fiesta and B-Max. On the front end, we can see a shiny bold front grille flanked by dual futuristic headlamps. Overall, The EcoSport offers a well-packaged architectural design, providing an American typical elegance and European sportiness, making it such a perfectly fit for the European SUV lovers.
Going into the cabin of the car, major revisions are simply seen here. Lots of technological amenities and driver assistance are beautifully crammed up the 2014 Ford EcoSport EU-Version’s cabin. There are standard instruments for the today’s Ford lineups include Ford Sync Voice-Activated connectivity system and sync emergency assistance. The EcoSport is also outfitted with the state-of-the-art Ford Sync Applink – FYI: the EcoSport is the Ford’s first product to be integrated with such a handful application – which is the smartphone management application.
Into the guts of the 2014 Ford EcoSport EU-Version, there are three engine choices that can be suit to your personal taste, either 125 hp 1.0-liter EcoBoost petrol, a 110hp 1.5-liter petrol, or a 90hp 1.5-iter diesel engine.
The 2014 Ford EcoSport EU-Version is plotted to rival with Nissan Juke, which is one of the best-selling SUVs in the world to date. UK is scheduled to have the honor to be the first country to accept the 2014 Ford EcoSport EU-Version first. Meanwhile, the pricing will be officially announced at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.