The Puma Mild Hybrid uses an electric motor with a 48-volt battery to support its 1.0L EcoBoost petrol engine. Instead of driving solely on electric power, the electric motor provides torque assistance to the engine. It also uses regenerative braking technology, which charges the mild hybrid’s battery by capturing energy that’s usually lost when you slow down. This helps increase your fuel economy and reduce emissions. Combined with standout styling and a range of innovative features, the Ford Puma embraces a new way of thinking.
The Ford Kuga Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) combines a battery powered electric motor with its 2.5-litre 225PS Duratec petrol engine. A choice of electric vehicle (EV) modes means you can decide whether to run your Kuga PHEV on power from the electric motor, petrol engine or via a combination of both. When using the mode ‘EV Now’ the plug-in hybrid can travel up to 39 miles on electric power only. So, you can make easy work of any terrain, while keeping your city driving clean, quiet and refined.