Pricing for the new Puma SUV will start from £20,845 when the full range goes on sale early next year.
Before then, however, a range of high specification First Edition models will be available to order, with delivery from January.
The £20,845 Puma Titanium features driver and passenger massage seats as standard. The Puma Titanium First Edition, available from £22,295, adds features comfort and safety technology packs including intelligent adaptive cruise control, rear view camera, heated seats and heated steering wheel.
Puma First Edition models are also available in ST-Line X trims, adding sporty interior and exterior design cues and sports suspension, alloy pedals, full digital instrument cluster and LED headlamps.
Starting from £25,195, ST-Line X First Edition includes hands-free power tailgate, 18-inch alloy wheels, and B&O Premium Audio. It is available with a 1.0-litre EcoBoost Hybrid 125PS or 155PS mHEV.
Puma ST-Line X First Edition Plus is available to order from £27,345 with 1.0-litre hybrid 155PS, adding panorama roof and 19-inch alloy wheels.
The EcoBoost Hybrid technology enhances Puma’s 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engine with an 11.5kW belt-driven integrated starter/generator (BISG).
Replacing the standard alternator, the BISG enables recovery and storage of energy usually lost during braking and coasting to charge a 48‑volt lithium-ion air-cooled battery pack.
The BISG also acts as a motor, seamlessly integrating with the low-friction, three-cylinder engine and using the stored energy to provide torque assistance during normal driving and acceleration, as well as running the vehicle’s electrical ancillaries.
Offered in 125PS and 155PS variants, the mild-hybrid system continuously monitors how the vehicle is being used to determine when and how intensively to charge the battery.
Based on WLTP, Ford says it means the 125PS variant will have emissions from 124g/km and 127g/km for contributes to CO2 emissions from 124 g/km and for the 155PS variant.