Ford has introduced the Titanium Sport range-topping trim level for the S-MAX model at the Geneva Motor Show

Ford has introduced the Titanium Sport range-topping trim level for the S-MAX model at the Geneva Motor Show.

The people-mover was revealed back in September last year and now it gains a new top level of equipment, launched in Geneva. It includes a new styling kit with rear spoiler, 18-inch five-spoke alloy wheels, sports suspension, Napoli leather seats with red stitching and optional panoramic glass roof with power sunblind. The model also receives adaptive LED headlights with the Glare-Free Highbeam technology, which “detects vehicles ahead, both on-coming and travelling in the same direction, and fades out light that could dazzle other drivers while retaining maximum illumination for other areas”.

The producer explains the new S-MAX Titanium Sport will be offered with Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system and a “range of sophisticated powertrains”, including the new 1.5-litre EcoBoost petrol engine with 158 bhp (118 kW).

Ford launches S-MAX Titanium Sport range-topping model