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

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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