Ford EcoBoost 1.0L wins second consecutive engine of the year award
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The EcoBoost 1.0L engine created by Ford has won for the second year in a row the International Engine of the Year.
Ford scored the highest ever point total for an engine with nearest rivals more than 70 points behind
such as the Volkswagen 1.4-litre TSI TwinCharger in second place.
The 1.0-litre EcoBoost is currently offered in the following models Fiesta, B-MAX, Focus, C-MAX
and Grand C-MAX. Ford will be adding to the range the Mondeo and commercial vehicles such as the Transit Van next year.
Dean Slavnich, co-chairman of the International Engine of the Year Awards said
Baby EcoBoost – Ford's
first-ever three-cylinder design – is still the engine to beat across the board. It's economical in
real-world conditions while the compact turbo helps ensure that the entire package can power with
ease larger vehicles like the Grand C-Max. Bravo Ford!
Up close with Ford EcoBoost 999c three-cylinder turbo
- Number of cylinders
- Bore x stroke
- 71.9mm x 82mm
- Compression ratio
- Power output
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