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Saranno presentate al Salone dell'Auto di Amsterdam le nuove Ford Fiesta e Ford Focus EcoBoost Hybrid. Le due vetture saranno disponibili sul mercato alla fine del 2019.

Il motore è il 3 cilindri 1.0 Ecoboost a cui è abbinato un sistema moto-generatore (al posto di alternatore e motorino di avviamento) che ricarica una batteria gli ioni di litio con una tensione operativa di 48V. 

In questo modo è stato possibile adottare un turbocompressore più grande, poiché per il "lag" interviene la spinta del moto-generatore.

 

Ford dichiara un consumo medio di 4.9 litri / 100 km ed emissioni di 112 g/km per la Fiesta EcoBoost Hybrid e 4.7 litri / 100 km ed emissioni di 107 g/km di CO2 per la Focus EcoBoost Hybrid.

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  • Ford introduces electrified EcoBoost Hybrid powertrain for Focus; 48-volt mild hybrid system improves fuel efficiency supported by cylinder deactivation, and boosts performance
  • New 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and later this year Local Hazard Information connected technology deliver a more premium cabin feel and relaxed driver experience
  • New Focus Connected variant joins diverse range including the sporty Focus ST-Line, stylish Focus Titanium, SUV-inspired Focus Active and luxurious Focus Vignale

 

The BISG also has enabled Ford engineers to lower the 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine’s compression ratio and add a larger turbocharger for more power, by mitigating turbo-lag using torque supplementation that also rotates the engine faster for maintained turbocharger boost response.

Using the Sport option offered by Focus’ Selectable Drive Modes, drivers can immediately adjust the characteristics of systems including the throttle pedal, Electronic Power Assisted Steering and electronic stability control to deliver an even more engaging driving experience that fully exploits the additional 50 Nm of electric boost from torque supplementation.

The more powerful BISG enables the Focus EcoBoost Hybrid’s Auto Start-Stop technology to operate in a wider range of scenarios for even greater fuel savings. Able to restart the engine in just 350 milliseconds, Stop-in-Gear functionality can switch off the engine when coasting to a stop even when the vehicle is in gear with the clutch pedal depressed, and can be adjusted to activate from 15 km/h (9 mph), 20 km/h (12 mph), or 25 km/h (16 mph).

In addition, Focus EcoBoost Hybrid powertrains feature the fuel-saving cylinder deactivation technology that continues to support the available Focus 1.0-litre EcoBoost and 1.5-litre EcoBoost petrol powertrains.

Cylinder deactivation further enhances fuel efficiency by automatically switching off one of the cylinders when full capacity is not needed, such as when coasting or cruising with light demand on the engine. The system can disengage or re-engage one cylinder in 14 milliseconds with no compromise in performance or refinement.

Customers can also continue to choose from 1.5-litre EcoBlue and 2.0-litre EcoBlue diesel engines, with advanced eight-speed automatic and six-speed manual transmissions available.

Easier to stay focused and connected

New technologies including a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and, coming later this year, Local Hazard Information make the enhanced Focus easier to drive than ever.

The fully configurable LCD cluster uses 24-bit “true colour” technology to generate detailed, high definition, more intuitive images and icons in the full colour spectrum, making them brighter, less tiring on the eyes and easier to read. The cluster also allows drivers to prioritise the information on display according to personal preference.

The 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster for the Focus EcoBoost Hybrid also features a unique theme and clear graphics to keep the driver informed about their electrical energy usage. Drivers can see how much electrical power has been generated by the mild-hybrid system, and track whether energy is currently being returned to the battery or deployed to assist fuel efficiency or performance.

Crafted using free-form technology originally developed for optical lens manufacturing, the screen’s curved upper edges are sculpted for seamless interior design, while circuitry embedded across the entire surface of the display enabled designers to mould the screen into shapes beyond the traditional rectangular design.

A standard FordPass Connect modem will allow Focus drivers to benefit from available Local Hazard Information notifications for the first time. The technology can inform drivers of a hazardous situation on the road ahead, even if the incident is not visible due to a bend in the road or other vehicles.

Local Hazard Information notifications are delivered independent of sat-nav – sourced from local authorities, emergency services, and driving data from other vehicles connected to “the cloud”.

Notifications of hazards including road works; broken down vehicles; animals, pedestrians and objects in the carriageway; and even hazardous driving conditions are delivered to the vehicle over-the-air, giving drivers advanced warning of developing situations beyond their field of vision.

“What makes Local Hazard Information different is that it is the cars that are connected – via the Internet of Things. There is no reliance on third party apps,” said Joerg Beyer, executive director, Engineering, Ford of Europe. “This is a significant step forward. Warnings are specific, relevant and tailored to try to help improve your specific journey.” 

FordPass Connect also allows customers to remotely control a selection of vehicle features from any location via their smartphone and the FordPass app. In addition to helping drivers plan faster, less stressful journeys with Live Traffic updates for the available navigation system, customers can operate Door Lock/Unlock, Remote Start4 for Focus models with eight-speed automatic transmission, Vehicle Locator, and Vehicle Status for checking fuel level, alarm status, tyre pressures, oil life and more.

Distinctive personalities. Innovative technologies

The Focus line-up continues to offer distinctive personalities that reflect individual customer preferences.

The new Focus Connected variant is offered with an advanced suite of standard technologies designed to give drivers confidence behind the wheel and help them to stay focused while on the move, including a wireless charging pad, SYNC 3 with navigation, Adaptive Cruise Control,5 front and rear parking sensors and a rear-view camera.

Focus ST-Line and Focus Active are now offered with additional standard equipment, including Dual Zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, rain-sensing wipers and keyless entry. Styling enhancements include a now standard larger functional roof-spoiler for Focus ST-Line X models and standard black headliner for Focus Active X.

Advanced available driver assistance technologies include Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go, Speed Sign Recognition and Lane Centring5 for effortlessly negotiating stop-start traffic, and Active Park Assist 2 that operates gear selection, acceleration and braking to enable fully automated manoeuvres simply by holding down a button.5 Pre-Collision Assist with Active Braking is standard – helping drivers avoid or mitigate the effects of collisions with vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists.5

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Focus

Power (PS)

COfrom

(g/km NEDC)

 

 

Fuel consumption from (l/100 km NEDC)

 

 

CO2 from (g/km WLTP)

 

Fuel consumption from (l/100 km WLTP)

1.0-litre EcoBoost
six-speed manual

100

97

4.3

120

5.3

1.0-litre EcoBoost
six-speed manual

125

96

4.2

124

5.5

1.0-litre EcoBoost
eight-speed auto

125

116

5.1

133

5.9

1.0-litre EcoBoost Hybrid
six-speed manual

 

125

 

 

94

 

4.1

115

5.1

1.0-litre EcoBoost Hybrid
six-speed manual

155

 

93

 

4.1

115

5.1

1.5-litre EcoBoost

eight-speed auto

150

125

5.4

142

6.3

1.5-litre EcoBoost

eight-speed auto

182

125

5.5

142

 

6.3

1.5-litre EcoBlue

six-speed manual

95

92

3.4

119

4.5

1.5-litre EcoBlue

six-speed manual

120

92

3.5

118

4.5

1.5-litre EcoBlue

eight-speed auto

120

101

3.9

124

4.8

2.0-litre EcoBlue

six-speed manual

150

108

4.1

124

4.7

2.0-litre EcoBlue

eight-speed auto

150

110

4.2

128

4.9

1The declared fuel/energy consumptions, CO2-emissions and electric range are determined according to the technical requirements and specifications of the European Regulations (EC) 715/2007 and (EU) 2017/1151 as last amended. Light Duty Vehicle type-approved using the World Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) will have fuel/energy consumption and CO2-emission information for New European Drive Cycle (NEDC) and WLTP. WLTP will fully replace the NEDC latest by the end of the year 2020. The applied standard test procedures enable comparison between different vehicle types and different manufacturers. During NEDC phase-out, WLTP fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are being correlated back to NEDC. There will be some variance to the previous fuel economy and emissions as some elements of the tests have altered, so the same car might have different fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

2Features may require activation. FordPass Connect, the FordPass App., and complimentary connected service are required for remote features (see FordPass Terms for details). Connected service and features depend on compatible network availability. Evolving technology/cellular networks/vehicle capability may limit functionality and prevent the operation of connected features. Connected service excludes Wi-Fi hotspot.

3Don’t drive while distracted. Use voice-operated systems when possible; don’t use handheld devices while driving. Some features may be locked out while the vehicle is in gear. Not all features are compatible with all phones.

4In regions where permitted by law.

5Driver-assist features are supplemental to and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgement and need to control the vehicle.

COLOGNE, Germany, June 22, 2020 – The enhanced Ford Focus featuring a fuel efficient EcoBoost Hybrid electrified powertrain is now available to order for customers across Europe, Ford today announced.

Sophisticated 48-volt mild hybrid technology enables the new Focus 1.0-litre EcoBoost Hybrid to deliver 155 PS of power alongside 93 g/km CO2 emissions (NEDC) – a 17 per cent fuel efficiency improvement compared with the outgoing equivalent combination of 150 PS 1.5‑litre EcoBoost petrol engine and six-speed manual transmission (NEDC).1

In addition to the new electrified powertrain option, the enhanced Focus also delivers a more premium driver experience with a new “true colour” 12.3-inch LCD instrument cluster, and the improved connectivity and ownership experience enabled by a standard FordPass Connect modem – including innovative Local Hazard Information available later this year.2

A new Focus Connected variant delivers standard specification to benefit business and private drivers including a wireless charging pad and navigation for the SYNC 3 voice-activated connectivity system with 8-inch touchscreen.3

Focus also continues to be offered in stylish Focus Titanium, SUV-inspired Focus Active crossover, sporty Focus ST-Line and luxurious Focus Vignale specifications, in five-door, wagon and in selected markets four-door body styles, depending on variant. EcoBoost Hybrid powertrains are available across the range.

“Our electrified powertrains are designed not just to save drivers money on fuel, but also to boost the fun-to-drive character of our vehicles,” said Roelant de Waard, vice president, Marketing, Sales & Service, Ford of Europe. “The Focus EcoBoost Hybrid seamlessly integrates electric and petrol power for levels of efficiency and performance not seen as possible before.”

Focus join Ford’s Puma, Kuga, and Fiesta passenger cars as well as Ford Transit and Transit Custom commercial vehicles in offering mild hybrid technology for enhanced fuel efficiency. Ford is committed to offering an electrified version of every passenger vehicle it brings to market in Europe and will grow its range of electrified vehicles in Europe to 18 on sale before the end of 2021, including mild hybrid, full hybrid, plug-in hybrid and battery electric vehicles.

EcoBoost Hybrid efficiency

The 155 PS 1.0-litre EcoBoost Hybrid Focus delivers more than twice the power density of a 145 PS 2.0‑litre petrol engine available for Focus just 10 years ago, but with a 45 per cent improvement in fuel efficiency (NEDC).

Also available in 125 PS power output, Focus EcoBoost Hybrid models replace the 1.0‑litre EcoBoost petrol engine’s standard alternator with a belt-driven integrated starter/generator (BISG), enabling recovery of energy usually lost during braking and coasting to charge a 48-volt lithium-ion air-cooled battery pack.

Locating the 48-volt battery beneath the front passenger seat has allowed the mild hybrid powertrain to be integrated with no loss of cargo or passenger space for Focus customers.

The BISG also acts as a motor, integrating with the engine and using the stored energy to provide torque assistance during normal driving and acceleration, as well as running the vehicle’s electrical ancillaries.

The intelligent, self-regulating mild-hybrid system continuously monitors how the vehicle is being used to determine when and how intensively to charge the battery for optimal benefit, and when to utilise the stored battery charge using one of two strategies:

Torque substitution, which deploys the electric motor functionality of the BISG to provide up to 24 Nm of torque – reducing the amount of work required from the petrol engine and contributing to CO2 emissions from 93 g/km NEDC (115 g/km WLTP) and fuel efficiency from 4.1 l/100 km NEDC (from 5.1 l/100 km WLTP). Torque supplementation, which deploys the electric motor functionality of the BISG to increase the total torque available from the powertrain by up to 20 Nm above the level available from the petrol engine alone at full load – and deliver up to 50 per cent more torque at lower rpm – for optimised performance

 

 

 

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ELECTRIFIED AND UPGRADED FORD FIESTA – EVEN BETTER FUEL ECONOMY, MORE FUN TO DRIVE AND MORE TECHNOLOGY 

08-Jun-2020 | COLOGNE, Germany

 

 

Ford introduces electrified powertrain to top-selling Fiesta; EcoBoost Hybrid 48-volt tech delivers 5 per cent fuel efficiency improvement, enhances fun to drive character

Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go and Speed Sign Recognition introduced to help drivers negotiate city and highway traffic with greater confidence

FordPass Connect modem helps deliver seamless ownership experience and enables features including remote locking and unlocking via the FordPass mobile app 

COLOGNE, Germany, June 8, 2020 – The popular Ford Fiesta compact hatchback – the automaker’s best-selling model in Europe – is now available to order with an electrified powertrain for the first time, Ford today announced.

Ford EcoBoost Hybrid powertrains will deliver enhanced fuel efficiency for Fiesta drivers while complementing Ford’s “fun to drive” experience with more powerful, responsive performance and in-gear acceleration.

The 48-volt mild hybrid technology is introduced alongside sophisticated new driver assistance technologies including Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go and Speed Sign Recognition, designed to deliver less stressful driving experiences on highways and around town.1

“Adding EcoBoost Hybrid technology to Fiesta’s best-in-class driving dynamics means customers can have even more power and still go further on a tank of fuel,” said Roelant de Waard, vice president, Marketing, Sales & Service, Ford of Europe. “The Fiesta EcoBoost Hybrid will help Ford bring the benefits of electrification to more drivers than ever before.”

Ford is committed to offering an electrified version of every passenger vehicle it brings to market in Europe and will grow its range of electrified vehicles in Europe to 18 on sale before the end of 2021.

Fiesta’s non-hybrid powertrains are also further enhanced with the latest generation 1.0litre EcoBoost petrol engine and a new seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, for optimised fuel efficiency and CO2 emissions.2 

In addition, Fiesta is now better connected than ever following the introduction of a standard FordPass Connect modem enabling a range of functions to make the ownership experience easier and more rewarding using the FordPass mobile app. 3

The diverse Ford Fiesta range includes the stylish Fiesta Trend and Fiesta Titanium, SUV-inspired Fiesta Active crossover, sporty Fiesta ST-Line and upscale Fiesta Vignale in three- and five-door body styles depending on variant. Ford sold 227,100 Fiestas in Europe in 2019.

EcoBoost Hybrid efficiency

Fiesta drivers can now benefit from Ford’s sophisticated EcoBoost Hybrid technology, first introduced for passenger vehicle customers in the new Ford Puma crossover in late 2019.

Available in 125 PS and 155 PS power outputs, Fiesta EcoBoost Hybrid models feature a belt-driven integrated starter/generator (BISG) in place of the standard alternator, enabling recovery and storage of energy usually lost during braking and coasting to charge a 48-volt lithium-ion air-cooled battery pack.

The BISG also acts as a motor, integrating with the engine and using the stored energy to provide torque assistance during normal driving and acceleration, as well as running the vehicle’s electrical ancillaries.

The intelligent, self-regulating mild-hybrid system continuously monitors how the vehicle is being used to determine when and how intensively to charge the battery for optimal benefit, and when to utilise the stored battery charge using one of two strategies:

Torque substitution, which deploys the electric motor functionality of the BISG to provide up to 24 Nm of torque – reducing the amount of work required from the petrol engine and contributing to CO2 emissions from 91 g/km NEDC (112 g/km WLTP) and fuel efficiency from 4.0 l/100 km NEDC (from 5.0 l/100 km WLTP). Using torque substitution, the 125 PS EcoBoost Hybrid delivers a fuel efficiency improvement of 5 per cent compared to the traditional petrol 125 PS 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine (NEDC), and up to 10 per cent in city driving scenarios according to Ford data

Torque supplementation, which deploys the electric motor functionality of the BISG to increase the peak torque available from the powertrain by up to 20 Nm above the level available from the petrol engine alone – delivering 240 Nm for the 155 PS powertrain and up to 50 per cent more torque at lower rpm 

The BISG also has enabled Ford engineers to lower the 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine’s compression ratio and add a larger turbocharger for more power, by mitigating turbo-lag using torque supplementation that also rotates the engine faster for maintained turbocharger boost response.

The more powerful BISG also enables the Fiesta EcoBoost Hybrid’s Auto Start-Stop technology to operate in a wider range of scenarios for even greater fuel savings, including when coasting to a stop below 25 km/h (15 mph) and even when the vehicle is in gear with the clutch pedal depressed. 

Both Fiesta EcoBoost Hybrid and traditional petrol powertrains – available with 95 PS and 125 PS power outputs – now utilise the latest generation of the multi-award-winning 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine featuring cylinder deactivation. 

The technology further enhances fuel efficiency by automatically switching off one of the cylinders when full capacity is not needed, such as when coasting or cruising with light demand on the engine and can disengage or re-engage one cylinder in 14 milliseconds with no compromise in performance or refinement.

Fiesta’s 125 PS 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine can now also be specified with a new seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission that offers seamless gear changes for optimised refinement and fuel efficiency improvements of up to 15 per cent compared to the out-going 100 PS 1.0litre EcoBoost six-speed automatic configuration (NEDC) – despite offering 25 per cent more power. An 85 PS 1.5-litre TDCi diesel engine is also offered for high-mileage drivers.

Advanced and connected Fiesta

Technologies introduced to Fiesta for the first time deliver a more refined, relaxing and connected driving experience – help drivers negotiate stop-start and highway traffic with greater confidence than ever before.

Available Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Stop & Go and Speed Sign Recognition helps the vehicle maintain a comfortable driving distance from vehicles ahead. The system also helps reduce stress during long road trips and can adjust the vehicle speed to within legal limits by monitoring the roadside and overhead gantries for speed signs. 

Stop & Go – available with the seven-speed dual clutch automatic transmission – enables the ACC system to bring the vehicle to a complete halt in stop-start traffic and automatically pull away if the stopping duration is less than 3 seconds. For stopping durations greater than 3 seconds, the driver can push a steering wheel button or gently apply the accelerator to pull away.

Standard FordPass Connect modem technology allows customers to remotely control a selection of vehicle features from any location via their smartphone and the FordPass app. In addition to helping drivers plan faster, less stressful journeys with Live Traffic updates for the available navigation system, customers can operate Door Lock/Unlock, Remote Start4 for Fiesta models with seven-speed automatic transmission, Vehicle Locator, and Vehicle Status for checking fuel level, alarm status, tyre pressures, oil life and more.

Fiesta’s SYNC 3 communications and entertainment system5 is also updated to be more intuitive and easier to use, with a new user interface that features larger buttons displayed on the 8-inch colour touchscreen. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto™ compatibility remain included free-of-charge. A new wireless charging pad also is offered, helping occupants effortlessly charge smartphones on the move.

Further updates for the Fiesta range include:

Perpendicular Park Assist functionality now added to Active Park Assist for Fiesta Active and ST‑Line variants, helping drivers park hands-free side-by-side with other cars 

Cross Traffic Alert enhanced with Active Braking, to provide drivers with a warning when reversing of vehicles that may soon be crossing behind them, and now able to apply the brakes to avoid or mitigate the effects of collisions if drivers do not respond to warnings

New Sport and Trail Selectable Drive Modes added to the existing Normal, Eco and Slippery modes for the Fiesta Active, helping drivers fully exploit Fiesta’s fun to drive character and more easily tackle soft and deformable surfaces

Fiesta’s available premium B&O Sound System sub-woofer is relocated to the wheel arch to maximise luggage space and make a spare wheel available in combination with the B&O Sound System

“Fiesta is now easier to enjoy than ever. With FordPass Connect you can lock and unlock, find where you parked, check your last trip and make sure you have enough fuel for your next journey all from the palm of your hand, so you’re always ready to go,” de Waard said.


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HYBRID NEWS Ford Fiesta è ora disponibile con una nuova motorizzazione ibrida. Parliamo del propulsore 1.0 litri benzina Ecoboost Hybrid portato al debutto, sul finire dello scorso anno, da nuova Ford Puma, e proposto in versione da 125 CV. Il processo di elettrificazione dell'Ovale Blu procede spedito e punta a offrire, entro e non oltre la fine del 2021, una versione elettrificata per ogni veicolo passeggeri in gamma, portando così a 18 il numero complessivo dei modelli a basse emissioni. Motori a parte, Ford Fiesta sempre declinata in 6 diversi allestimenti: Connect, Titanium, ST-Line, Active, Vignale e ST.

 

COME FUNZIONA? Il nuovo powertrain Ecoboost Hybrid di Ford si basa su un 3 cilindri dalla cubatura ridotta, solo 998 cc. Il propulsore termico è abbinato al motogeneratore BISG, dispositivo che sfrutta l’energia cinetica che solitamente andrebbe dispersa durante le frenate, per ricaricare un pacco batteria a ioni di litio da 48 volt. L’energia immagazzinata negli accumulatori viene restituita nelle accelerazioni e nelle fasi di massimo carico, sommandosi (o sostituendosi) alla spinta del tre cilindri turbo. Il sistema ibrido fornisce così un valido supporto all’unità termica, con indubbi benefici su efficienza e consumi. Il sistema MHEV porta il picco di coppia a 240 Nm, fornendo un surplus di ben 24 Nm. Allo stesso tempo, consumi ed emissioni si assottigliano, rispettivamente a 5 l/100 km e 112 g/km di CO2 (ciclo WLTP).

 

TRASMISSIONE Nuova Fiesta 1.0 litri Ecoboost Hybrid monta di serie un cambio manuale a 6 marce, ma è disponibile anche l’automatico doppia frizione a 7 rapporti. Quanto alle altre versioni con motore benzina tradizionale, da segnalare l’introduzione del sistema di disattivazione dei cilindri sul 1.0 Ecoboost 95 CV o 125 CV, con riattivazione in 14 millesimi di secondo. A chiudere l'offerta, il Diesel 1.5 TDCi da 85 CV.

 

INTELLIGENTE La tecnologia a bordo di Ford Fiesta si conferma ai vertici della categoria. L’utilitaria dell’Ovale monta di serie Cruise Control Adattivo (ACC), riconoscimento dei limiti di velocità, Perpendicular Park Assist, Cross Traffic Alert con Active Breaking e sistema Stop & Go (quest’ultimo disponibile solo sulla versione con trasmissione automatica 7 rapporti). Per aumentare il piacere di guida, su Ford Fiesta sono presenti 2 modalità di guida aggiuntive: Sport e Trail, che si sommano alle driving mode Normal, Eco e Slippery. Grazie a FordPass Connect, nuova Fiesta può essere “controllata” a distanza tramite un'app per smartphone dedicata. I clienti potranno così monitorare il traffico in tempo reale, controllare l’apertura e la chiusura del veicolo, localizzare l’auto monitorando livello carburante, pressione degli pneumatici e intervalli di manutenzione. La versione con cambio doppia frizione dispone inoltre dell'avviamento motore da remoto

 

 

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9 minuti fa, GL91 scrive:

Strano che il doppia frizione non si possa abbinare al sistema ibrido.

 

 

E’ previsto per una versione mi pare ...doppia frizione sette marce 

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