The production of new environmentally friendly vans, which Ford will expand its lineup of hybrids will establish in the Spanish city of Valencia.
In early 2021 the American company Ford will join the lineup in hybrids electrified S-Max and Galaxy. According carscoops.com in the Assembly of batteries and the production of S-Max and Galaxy Hybrid Hybrid the automaker is going to invest a large sum of 42 million euros. For this purpose, create two new Assembly lines that will produce lithium-ion batteries together with plug-in hybrid and hybrid Kuga S-Max and Galaxy.
As in the case with the new Ford Kuga Hybrid, the hybrid Ford S-Max and Galaxy will get a 2.5-liter Atkinson gasoline engine combined with a jet-propelled body, a generator, a lithium-ion battery and an automatic gearbox. The capacity of the power plant for both models will reach 200 horsepower. How many kilometers will overcome the new item on one of the electricity, not yet reported.
But it is known that a hybrid S-Max will be available in five – and seven-seat versions, and the volume of its Luggage compartment is the same as the versions with internal combustion engines – up to 2 200 litres for the five-seat model. Galaxy Hybrid standard will get seven seats and a boot volume of 2 liters 339.
Generally, before the end of this year Ford plans to introduce in the European markets from 14 electrified models.