The EcoSport Thunder Edition is based on the Titanium variant and it comes with lots of changes like dual-tone body colour, new front and rear bumper
Ford is planning to introduce a new limited edition variant of EcoSport in India and it is christened as Thunder Edition, which is based on the top-spec Titanium variant. The upcoming limited edition model has been spotted at a dealership yard, which reveals all the changes and it is expected to be launched next month.
The company has made so many cosmetical changes for the EcoSport, which includes revised front and rear bumper along with new dual tone exterior colour as the roof is finished in black colour along with hood while the rest of the body is finished in white black. The EcoSport Thunder edition comes with 17-inch black finished alloy wheels and mirrors are also black.
The tyres are also different from the standard model and the doors have graphics on the bottom. The spare wheel mounted at the rear door now comes with a new black finished cover. We can expect Ford to offer more dual tone colours as it is so popular among customers. The interior has some changes compared to regular.
One of the biggest updates for the interior is the new black and beige colour as the regular model of EcoSport is available with a black colour theme. Apart from this, the company has also given faux wood inserts as it gives a premium feel for the interior. Ford hasn’t added any new feature on the Thunder Edition model.
The new limited edition come with features like touch screen infotainment system with Sync 2 software as it gets Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, climate control, keyless entry, push button start, reverse camera with parking sensors, automatic headlamps, cruise control, airbags, ABS with EBD and more.
Ford EcoSport Thunder Edition is powered by the same 1.5 L diesel and petrol engines. The 1.5 L diesel engine puts out 99 hp and 205 Nm while the new 1.5 L petrol engine puts out 121 hp and 150 Nm, both these engines are mated to a manual gearbox. The limited edition model is expected to be priced Rs. 20,000 lower than current Titanium variant.