It’s interesting to see how the automobile industry is continually evolving, especially with the push towards electric vehicles.

Here are some of the key details of the new Ford Puma:

  • All-electric version with 134 horsepower
  • Updated 12.0-inch infotainment screen
  • Revised driver’s display
  • New front-end styling
  • Updated rear-end styling
  • Continued availability of gasoline-powered models
  • Production in Craiova, Romania
  • No US availability

Here’s a brief summary.


Upcoming Ford Puma Updates:

  • Role & Positioning: The Puma will become Ford’s entry-level offering in Europe, especially since the Fiesta is no longer available.
  • Styling: While it isn’t a complete redesign, the Puma will undergo a mid-cycle makeover. Changes include updated headlights, grille, bumper, and the emblem’s relocation inside the grille.
  • Interior: Although the new spy photos haven’t shown much of the cabin, it is anticipated that the updated Puma will have a larger 12.0-inch infotainment screen and a revised driver’s display. This would necessitate reconfiguring the dashboard and vent layouts.
  • Powertrain: Ford plans to introduce an all-electric version of the Puma. This EV will utilize components from the E-Transit Courier van and might produce around 134 horsepower. The electric Puma can add 54 miles of range in just 10 minutes with 100-kilowatt DC charging. It will also likely have its own distinct styling cues.
  • Gasoline Engines: The Puma will continue to be available with gasoline engines. The standard options include the 1.0-litre, three-cylinder EcoBoost hybrid (available in three power variants) and the turbocharged 1.5-litre EcoBoost for the Puma ST, which produces 197 horsepower.
  • Production & Availability: The new Puma will be produced in Craiova, Romania. While its debut is expected next year, production might not commence until the end of that year. Currently, there are no plans to offer the Puma in the US market, despite expressed interest from Ford’s CEO, Jim Farley, in the past.


It’ll be fascinating to see the actual product once Ford reveals it, and how it competes in the ever-growing and dynamic automotive market, especially in the compact crossover segment.

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