The Ford Fiesta Van line-up grows with a new electrified model as the company introduces the EcoBoost Hybrid powertrain to compact van customers. Available from early autumn, Ford’s new Fiesta Van with 48-volt light-hybrid powertrain offers small city van owners and transportation companies highly responsive gasoline engine performance and lower operating costs. Prices will be published later.
Ford’s 125 hp 1.0-litre EcoBoost Hybrid powertrain is an attractive option for customers who want petrol engine driveability and save on fuel consumption. Fuel economy is improved and the full 50 Nm of torque of the electric motor is utilized at low revs. The Fiesta Van EcoBoost Hybrid can also be driven in areas where the use of diesel cars is prohibited. The light hybrid system takes up no space in the Fiesta Van's 1.0 m³ boot, and the car has a payload of 531 kg.
The Ford Fiesta Van EcoBoost (mHEV) 48-volt light hybrid technology is a fuel-efficient and responsive option for small van customers.
The Fiesta Van also features advanced connectivity features and driver assistance technologies to help drivers stay on schedule and avoid costly injuries while working in an urban environment.