Ford Introduces Tourneo Connect | National Class

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Ford has introduced the new Tourneo Connect, a model that shares most components with the Volkswagen Caddy. The new Tourneo Connect is the first model from the category of commercial vehicles created in cooperation with the German giant.

Volkswagen will soon introduce the new Amarok pickup, which will be based on the future Ford Ranger. The new Tourneo Connect goes on sale in early 2022, and the first deliveries are expected in the spring.

Prices have not been announced yet, and Ford has announced trims Trend, Titanium, Sport and Active. Each specification has its own style characteristics, and the most equipped is Titanium with chrome, tinted glass and 16-inch aluminum wheels.

The Sport variant comes with lines on the bonnet, a deep front splitter and 17-inch wheels, and the Active specification has a honeycomb front grille and additional trim on the fenders, sills and bumpers, as well as unique 17-inch wheels.

Customers will be able to choose between a short and a longer version of the vehicle. The smaller one has a cargo capacity of 2,600 liters, and the larger one 3,100 liters with the removal of the rear seats. It is possible to knock down the passenger seat and insert objects up to three meters long.

The trend variant has an 8.25-inch multimedia screen and a 10-inch Titanium central screen. The Sport model has a 10.25-inch screen. There are as many as 19 technologies that help the driver. Standard equipment includes cruise control, front and rear parking sensors, in-lane driving assistance and autonomous braking.

Optional equipment includes adaptive cruise control, traffic sign recognition and active parking assistance.

Tourne customers will be able to choose between one petrol and two diesel engines, all sourced from Volkswagen’s workshop. The petrol has a volume of 1.5 liters, 115HP and 220Nm and is combined with a six-speed manual transmission. CO2 emissions are from 144 to 170g / km, and fuel consumption is 6.3l / 100km. A seven-speed automatic is available at an additional cost.

Both diesel engines have a volume of two liters. The weaker one delivers 110HP and 280Nm, and the more powerful 120HP and 320Nm. Both are combined with a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed automatic for an additional fee. A more powerful diesel can also have all-wheel drive.


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