Today, Ford showed the public a new generation of the Tourneo Connect model, developed in collaboration with Volkswagen.
This is therefore the result of a collaboration between Ford and Volkswagen, with the new Tourneo Connect based on the latest generation of Volkswagen's Caddy model, which otherwise uses the MQB platform.
Certain differences of course exist, so the Ford Tourneo Connect got different LED headlights, modified bumpers and of course a mask with the Ford logo compared to its brother from Volkswagen.
The range will include versions with Active, Sport, Titanium and Trend equipment packages, and there will be versions with different wheelbases and up to seven seats. The short variant is 450 cm long and has a wheelbase of 275 cm, while the extended Tourneo Connect is 485 cm long and has a wheelbase of 297 cm.
As for the rest, the emphasis here is on a large luggage space and excellent variability. Among other things, there is an infotainment system (with 8.25 or 10.0-inch screen), a digital instrument panel of 10.25 inches (with the Sport version standard with others at an additional cost), as well as numerous safety
The range includes a 1.5-liter petrol engine with 114HP and 220 Nm, as well as diesels with 112HP and 280 Nm and 122HP and 320 Nm, respectively.
Mention is also made of the 6-speed manual and 7-speed DSG gearbox, as well as the optional all-wheel drive for 122hp diesels.