Ford has unveiled the “charged” Puma ST crossover in a fan-made version of the Gold Edition. These design elements of the car were previously posted on the official website of the company in Europe and they were voted on. The final design of the sporty crossover received 275,000 votes.
Ford of Europe invited fans of the brand to choose a design for a special performance of the “charged” Puma ST crossover, and just a couple of hours ago, the winner of this vote was announced, collecting almost 275,000 likes. The Blue Oval even allowed people to choose a name for the new product – the name Puma ST Gold Edition received 59 percent of the vote.
Everyone was encouraged to vote on Instagram and Twitter for their preferred choice of body paint, and 56 percent chose black.
Behind these discs are the calipers, which are covered with red paint – this color option received 74 votes, and the black tint is a loss option. 74 people voted for the lines on the body.
Fiesta ST crossovers have ST badges on the outside because most people chose that look (79 percent). Ford fans were asked to choose the color of the stitching in the cabin and the lettering on the linings, and Puma received more votes than Ford Performance.
It is planned to build a fashionable subcompact crossover in limited quantities at the plant of the American automaker in the Romanian city of Craiova, and the start of sales is scheduled for the end of this year. Pricing details were not disclosed.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Mountune studio presented a “package” of upgrades for the Ford Puma ST and Fiesta ST. The “charged” American crossover Ford Puma ST, as well as the compact hatchback Fiesta ST, have been upgraded by the Mountune tuning studio – now they can boast up to 256 horsepower.
We also advise you to check out a detailed review of the Ford Puma from the FineAuto team: