• The UK’s best-selling pick-up, the Ford Ranger and the country’s top-selling car, the Ford Fiesta, have received awards in the Auto Express New Car Awards 2019.

  • Delivering hot-hatchback thrills in a stylish, comfortable and practical family car.

     

  • Twelve per cent more powerful,

    Twelve per cent faster

     

    • All-new Focus ST 2.3-litre EcoBoost five-door hits 62mph from a standing start in 5.7 seconds; delivers faster in-gear acceleration than the previous generation Focus RS

    • Sophisticated technologies including twin-scroll turbocharging with Ford GT inspired anti-lag, flat-shift capability and Launch Control boost performance off the line and on the move

  • The sporty and athletic new Puma SUV-inspired crossover fuses seductive design, best-in-class luggage capacity and mild-hybrid fuel efficiency.

     

  • Ford has revealed the first image of the Ford Puma, an SUV-inspired compact crossover that fuses stunning exterior design; best-in-class luggage capacity and flexibility; and 48-volt mild-hybrid powertrain technology which will go on sale at the end of the year.

  • Ford have unveiled the stylish and distinctive range of the All-New Kuga SUVs, debuting sleek new exterior design with premium proportions that deliver improved roominess and comfort.

    Ford’s most electrified vehicle ever, the sophisticated All-New Kuga Titanium, sporty Kuga ST‑Line and upscale Kuga Vignale will all offer an advanced range of hybrid powertrains for unprecedented Ford SUV fuel-efficiency.

  • Ford's new generation of smart vehicles will contribute to a cleaner and quieter future, and will bring Ford’s brand values of trust, affordability and fun-to-drive to electrified vehicles.

    Ford have announced that a new 48-volt mild-hybrid Fiesta and Focus EcoBoost Hybrid models will be introduced next year, helping Ford offer one of the most comprehensive and compelling vehicle line-ups and bringing the benefits of electrification to greater numbers of consumers.

  • Ford's new in‑vehicle apps are designed to help drivers navigate to new destinations quickly, confidently and accurately. At MWC Barcelona, Ford has announced two new smartphone navigation app integrations designed to help drivers find their way – for business or for pleasure.

  • Reader Recommended status from the Good Housekeeping RR goes to the Ford EcoSport and Ford Kuga which is the first time an automotive brand has achieved the acclaim.

    In the UK throughout 2018, sales of Ford’s sports utility vehicle range, including EcoSport and Kuga, climbed to over 60,000. Since 2017, over 37,000 EcoSport’s have been sold in the UK, whilst the Ford Kuga has been a consistent presence in the sales charts with 80,000 sold over the same period.

  • The All-New Ford Focus Active crossover introduces SUV-inspired versatility to the confidence-inspiring, intuitive, and rewarding All-New Ford Focus driving experience.

    The All-New Ford Focus Active is available in spacious five-door hatchback and estate body styles with rugged exterior styling, featuring raised ride-height and a bespoke chassis configuration to retain class-leading driving dynamics while delivering enhanced rough-road ability and a higher driving position for more confident urban and highway driving.

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    • Enhanced Ford Mondeo range – including new and spacious Mondeo Hybrid wagon – revealed
    • Sophisticated Mondeo Hybrid petrol-electric self-charging powertrain delivers greater refinement
    • Ford’s 2.0-litre EcoBlue diesel and eight-speed rotary dial automatic transmission introduced
    • Mondeo Adaptive Cruise Control technology features Stop & Go functionality for easier driving in motorway and stop-start traffic
    • Intelligent Speed Limiter keeps Mondeo drivers safe, and protects licences
  • Ford’s most technologically advanced sports utility vehicle (SUV) ever, the stylish, sporty and finely crafted new Ford Edge, delivers greater comfort and enhanced performance for customers.

    The new Ford Edge offers a comprehensive range of camera- and sensor-based driver assistance technologies designed to make journeys more comfortable and less stressful, and to help drivers avoid or mitigate the effects of collisions, including Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Stop & Go and Lane Centring; Post‑Collision Braking; and Evasive Steering Assist.

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