Coming standard on the all-new 2018 Ford EcoSport Titanium is a powerful and efficient 1.0L EcoBoost® engine that features the innovative Auto Start-Stop technology. This system allows the engine to turn itself off when you come to a complete stop in order to save fuel. The system will seamlessly turn the engine back on as soon as you take pressure off of the brake pedal and move your foot toward the accelerator so you don't miss a beat. This is perfect for those who experience frequent red traffic lights on their daily commutes, as it will save gas in the tank and money in your wallet.
Available on the EcoSport Titanium is a 2.0L Ti-VCT I-4 engine which also features the helpful Auto Start-Stop technology. Another great feature about this engine is its pairing with the Intelligent 4WD system. By constantly monitoring the road conditions and the amount of traction each tire is getting, the system will be able to detect when one or more of your tires begins to slip while you're driving on less-than-ideal road conditions. When a slip is detected, the system will automatically transfer torque from wheels with full traction in order to keep you from sliding into the ditch.
2018 EcoSport Titanium Technology
In addition to providing two powerful and efficient engine options, the 2018 EcoSport Titanium also provides drivers with a host of standard and available technology that has been designed to make driving fun, exciting, and most of all, safe. On the inside, the standard WiFi® Hotspot system allows drivers and passengers to connect up to 10 devices while travelling. This will surely keep your monthly cellular bill down as you won't use up so much of your precious data when you're utilizing the standard WiFi in your EcoSport Titanium. You can even sync your phone to the touchscreen display!
Another exciting standard technology on the EcoSport Titanium is the Blind Spot Information System, or BLIS®. This helpful feature is like having an extra set of eyes keeping watch over your EcoSport's blind spots. Sensors located along the side panels of the vehicle constantly monitor the surrounding area and will automatically send you an alert when they detect another vehicle. When there is another vehicle in an area that you might not be able to see, a light will illuminate on the appropriate side-view mirror letting you know that it isn't safe to change lanes at the moment.