Unbeaten 2021 Ford Puma ST returns to Nuremberg for last minute effort

In February, Nerberg and northern Sweden, the smallest masks, revealed a secret in February.

Now, before the small SUV is officially unveiled, Ford Performance is back at Nordstick with some last-minute attempts. Unfortunately if you don’t count the sticker on the front sticker, chances are, there won’t be a turn.

We know that the Puma ST will be launched later this year with the same state-of-the-art Eco Boost powertrain as Easter State. The three-cylinder petrol engine delivers torque at 200 PS (197 hp) and 290 Nm (214 lb-ft) front wheels using a six-speed automatic transmission.

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In the fascist state, it is enough for 0-100 km / h (0-62 miles) for 6.5 seconds and 232 km (144 miles) per hour. Puma ST speed should not be too high. Wait less than 7 seconds and wait for a slightly larger and heavier lightweight. Management needs to be dramatically improved compared to low-performance sports suspension and standard Pyma games with high-braking systems.

In the optics section, the Ford Puma ST looks a lot like the Puma ST-line, except for a small lip, a slightly flat roof, a dual chimney and deep lips with special alloys. Inside, the Hot Springs console features a raccoon sports seat, a sports steering wheel and carbon fiber national equipment.

Ford will build the PMST with the standard Pama of Croatia, Romania.

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