Due to the stricter emissions standards in Europe, the 2021 Ford Mondeo has only a choice of hybrid or diesel engine.
Contrary to information about the discontinuation of production, the Ford Mondeo D-class car has just officially launched an upgraded version of 2021 for the European market, with 2 variants of sedan and wagon.
Due to stricter emissions standards in Europe, the 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine option from the previous Mondeo was scrapped last year. This year, the 2021 Mondeo continues to lose its choice of 1.5L EcoBoost petrol engine.
Thus, the 2021 Ford Mondeo no longer uses the traditional internal combustion engine. Vehicles only available in hybrid versions (gasoline engine and electric motor) or diesel engine.
Specifically, Mondeo hybrid offers users a choice of sedan or wagon variants – popular vehicles in Europe. Ford says demand for an electrified version of the Mondeo has increased by 25% compared to 2019.
The 2021 Ford Mondeo hybrid is powered by a 2.0L naturally aspirated petrol engine, with a 1.4 kWh battery pack and an electric motor. The maximum capacity of this engine system is 187 hp.
A variant using a 2.0-liter EcoBlue 4-cylinder turbodiesel engine is the other choice. There will be 2 versions of the Ford Mondeo using this engine, with the output capacity of 150 horsepower or 190 horsepower, with a 6-speed manual transmission or an 8-speed automatic transmission.
The all-new Ford Mondeo is expected to arrive later next year. Code-named CD542, the 5th generation Mondeo will be a global model from Ford. Most likely, the car will carry a wagon style, with a plug-in hybrid engine.