Featuring the same hybrid powertrain as the Galaxy MPV, the Ford S-Max Hybrid Electric was unveiled as a seven-seater. The S-Max stands out as a comfortable minivan in five and seven-seat configurations that the automaker sells in Europe. Updated in October 2019, the model now makes an important addition to the engine range in the form of a hybrid powertrain.
The S-Max Hybrid is the first electric model in the history of the series. The stylish MPV features a 1.1 kWh lithium-ion battery, a small electric motor and a 2.5-liter Atkinson cycle gasoline engine backed by the automaker’s latest generation luck.
S-Max will be available with seven seats
With 190 horsepower, the S-Max has a fuel consumption of 6.4 liters per 100 kilometers and a CO2 emission value of 146-147 grams per kilometer measured according to Europe’s WLTP standard.
Reaching from 0 to 100 in 9.8 seconds, the car promises a “smooth and linear acceleration” that complements its “sporty character by nature”.
Unveiling its new Hybrid car, Ford describes its new vehicle as follows;
“From a sporty, car-like driving experience to seats that fold flat at the press of a button, innovations that fit perfectly into family life have always been a big part of the S-Max’s appeal. This makes the efficient and refined new hybrid powertrain a natural addition to the range.