Ford has revealed the new Colour Edition range topping model for the B-Max family.

Ford has revealed the new Colour Edition range-topping model for the B-Max family.

The biggest news is without any doubt the retuned 1.0-liter EcoBoost 3-cylinder petrol engine that develops 140 horsepower, providing a 0-62 miles per hour (0-100 kilometers per hour) sprint in 10.4 seconds. Thanks to the standard star-stop system, the motor returns 56.5 miles per gallon (5 liters per 100 km) with CO2 emissions of 116 grams per km.

On the design front, the Colour Edition comes with ten different body colors with contrasting black roof, side mirror caps, and radiator grille. Other highlights include 16-inch alloy wheels and black front and rear skid plates, while a new spoiler sits on the tailgate.

Interior improvements are relatively limited but the vehicle can be equipped with voice-controlled SYNC infotainment system and optional five-inch color display. Ford is also offering the Cognac package that adds contrasting brown stitching for the seats, steering wheel, gearshift, and floor mats.

“The new B-Max Colour Edition shows that style and practicality really can go hand-in-hand,” Roelant de Waard, Ford of Europe vice president, commented.

Sales of the new special edition model will kick off in a few weeks as production has already started in Ford’s Craiova plant in Romania. Pricing is yet to be released. 

Source: Ford

Gallery: Ford B-Max Colour Edition introduced with 140-hp 1.0 engine