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Ford EcoBoost Engine

Ford EcoBoost Engine Technology: More with Less

It’s a simple fact: Even with advancements in technology, the majority of vehicles worldwide – millions of vehicles – will be powered by petrol.

Ford’s new EcoBoost™ petrol turbo direct-injection engines can help provide up to 20 percent better fuel economy without sacrificing power that drivers want.

EcoBoost engines will be introduced to South Africa later this year, with the launch of the 2.0 EcoBoost powertrain in the Focus ST. 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine will be made available in the EcoSport models in South Africa in 2013.

EcoBoost philosophy:

Delivers significant Fuel Economy and CO2 emission improvements

Enhanced Performance

No Compromise for our customers

1.0 EcoBoost engine

The 1.0 EcoBoost engine, which will be offered on the new EcoSport – small enough to fit on an A4 sheet of paper – was designed at Ford’s technical centres in Dunton, UK, and Merkenich, Germany. The engine is built in Ford’s plants in Craiova, Romania, and Cologne, Germany.

The 1.0 EcoBoost engine offers:

Outstanding low-speed torque

Smooth, quiet power

Broad, flat torque curve

Outstanding fuel economy

2.0 EcoBoost engine

The advanced 2.0 EcoBoost engine has being specially developed for the new Focus ST to ensure the car gets the muscular performance – and inspirational sound – that it deserves.

It also marks the first application of the four-cylinder EcoBoost engine in a high-performance model.

The engine features specially designed intake and exhaust systems and a unique calibration to deliver the desired level of power and responsiveness. It retains robust torque delivery – a signature attribute of Ford EcoBoost designs – and a strong torque curve over a broad range.

2012-10-07T12:14:56+00:00 October 7th, 2012|Tags: , , |

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