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2011 Ford Mondeo details

A set of new photos along with in depth details regarding the 2011 Ford Mondeo have been released yesterday. 

As you probably noticed the 2011 Ford Mondeo adopts a smarter exterior and interior design, that puts accent of new technology and quality, and some of those new technologies include the Lane Departure Warning system, Auto High Beam, Driver Alert, Active Grille Shutter and Smart Regenerative Charging.

The 2011 Ford Mondeo is now also available with three new engines, and these are a new 200 PS unit, a 2.0-litre turbo unit that runs on petrol and features EcoBoost plus a 2.2-litre Duratorq TDCi diesel.

For the whole list of engines offered on the 2011 Ford Mondeo check out the official press release below.

The 2011 Ford Mondeo price will be disclosed as we get closer to the car's on-sale date.

Ford press release :

    * New-look Mondeo completes comprehensive update of Ford's flagship large car family
    * Smarter inside and out, with emphasis on new technology and enhanced quality
    * Most advanced Mondeo with new technologies including Lane Departure Warning system, Auto High Beam, Driver Alert, Active Grille Shutter and Smart Regenerative Charging
    * New Mondeo introduces two new high-efficiency powertrains: a new 240PS version of the Ford EcoBoost 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine and new 200PS
      2.2-litre Ford Duratorq TDCi diesel

"The new Mondeo completes the very comprehensive

update of our European family of flagship large cars which we started earlier this year when we launched the new Ford S-MAX and Galaxy models. New designs, powertrains and technologies deliver greater driving pleasure and lower CO2 emissions, as well as a more premium feel and even more comfort and safety."

Stephen Odell, Chairman and CEO, Ford of Europe

BRENTWOOD, Essex, 25 August 2010  –  Ford of Europe is launching the most stylish and technologically advanced Mondeo model ever. With a fresh, restyled exterior, an enhanced interior, plus new high-efficiency Ford EcoBoost petrol and TDCi diesel powertrains and a host of new driver comfort and convenience features and safety technologies, the new Mondeo completes the rejuvenation of Ford's large car range, and takes its position as the flagship model in the company'sEuropean portfolio.

Following significant updates to the Ford S-MAX and Galaxy models earlier this year, the new Mondeo on sale in September/October is the latest Ford car to benefit from the continuing evolution of Ford kineticdesign.

New Mondeo will see the first application of a higher performance 240PS derivative of the efficient new 2.0-litre Ford EcoBoost turbocharged petrol engine, joining the existing 203PS version of this engine, introduced in Mondeo, new S-MAX and new Galaxy earlier in 2010.

The latest Mondeo also introduces a comprehensively revised version of the 2.2-litre Ford Duratorq TDCi diesel engine, which boasts a 12 percent power increase to 200PS, making it the most powerful Ford Duratorqdiesel engine so far.

Mondeo design

The new Mondeo is set to build on the model's established reputation as a stylish, versatile and great-to-drive vehicle, and for offering high levels of driving enjoyment and comfort to its occupants.

Central to this is the application of a fresh look for both body styles available in the UK – five door and wagon – to distinguish the new model. Ford's design team set out to emphasise further the kinetic design signatures in each body style while incorporating new technologies such as LED lighting.

Bolder graphics and proportions at the front end, including larger lower trapezoidal and slimmer upper grilles, plus a revised bonnet profile and integral new LED day running lights further emphasise the Mondeo's premium appeal and sporty stance.

New Mondeo's sleek lines are emphasised in the side profile by a new,full chrome window surround for the higher series models, while larger,re-designed, LED tail lamps give additional kinetic movement to the rear.

Sophisticated interior

The interior of the new Mondeo has also been comprehensively reworkedto give it a higher level of quality and sophistication through meticulous attention to detail, and by employing new, higher quality trim materials.

The re-designed centre console flows more elegantly, while the door panels feature a new 'toproll' and flush, integrated, door release mechanisms. Further enhancements include a new central overhead console featuring LED ambient lighting, and a woven headliner.

The use of new high quality interior trim materials in new Mondeo boost the overall feeling of craftsmanship and are complemented by high-class inlay foils and new 'jewel' detailing on switches and vents in satin chrome. New interior colour schemes also offer two new lighter interior executions for a rich, premium, appeal.

New powertrains

The new Mondeo offers a wide range of Ford's latest high-efficiency powertrain technologies, delivering a key combination of fuel efficiencyand low emissions, yet still maintaining Ford's renowned driving enjoyment.

New Mondeo is the first Ford of Europe model to feature a more powerful 240PS version of the 2.0-litre Ford EcoBoost power unit. This joins the existing 203PS engine already available in Mondeo and the new S-MAX and Galaxy.

Lightweight all-aluminum construction is the key to the new 2.0-litreFord EcoBoost engine, which features latest-generation high-pressure direct injection, low-inertia turbocharging and twin independent variable cam timing. It has an advanced combustion system which contributes significantly to achieving new levels of performance and fuel efficiency for petrol engines in this power range.

Average CO2 emissions of just 179 g/km are achieved for the 2.0-litre Ford EcoBoost engine, regardless of the power rating or body style. Ford EcoBoost technology offers fuel consumption and emission reductions of up to 20 per cent compared with conventional petrol engines of a similar performance.

New Mondeo also introduces a significantly re-engineered version of the 2.2-litre Ford Duratorq TDCidiesel engine, which now boasts a 12 per cent peak power increase to 200PS, making it the most powerful Ford Duratorq diesel to date.

This new powerhouse is joined by the significantly improved 2.0-litreDuratorq TDCi diesel introduced to the Mondeo range earlier this year, and available with 115, 140 or 163PS power ratings, all three of which deliver average CO2 emissions of just 139 g/km with a six-speed manual transmission and regardless of body style. Existing 1.6- and 2.0-litre Ford Duratec petrol engines have also been retained, offering 120 and 145PS outputs.

New 1.6-litre engines from the Ford EcoBoost petrol and Duratorq TDCidiesel engine families will be available in the future to extend the wide powertrain choice even further.

New Ford ECOnetic Technologies are also available onnew Mondeo to help ensure efficient and economical motoring. Innovations include Smart Regenerative Charging, the Ford Eco Mode driver information system and, for the first time in a Ford model, an Active Grille Shutter system. This electronically controlled device regulates the airflow through the radiator and engine compartment, reducing aerodynamic drag and benefitting engine heating characteristicsto improve fuel economy and warm-up performance, particularly in cold climates.

Powertrain advances seen in the new Mondeo also extend to the transmission, with the latest Ford PowerShiftdouble wet-clutch transmission system fitted as standard equipment withFord EcoBoost petrol engines and available as an option with 140PS and 163PS versions of the 2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi.

New technologies for enhanced safety and comfort

Mondeo's wide range of the latest driver assistance technologies includes Lane Departure Warning, Driver Alert and Auto High Beam – all utilising a new high sensitivity camera unit located at the top of the windscreen in front of the rear view mirror.

Also extending to Mondeo are many features already introduced on the latest S-MAX and Galaxy models, including Ford's Blind Spot Information System, Speed Limiter, Rear Door Power Child Locks and Rear View Camera.LED lighting technology is used for the daytime running lights and reartail and brake lamps as well as inside the car.

UKprices will be carried over from the existing Mondeo pricelist starting at £17,295.  The high-level Titanium series will increase by £200 to £19,945 to reflect new features.

Further information available at www.thenewmondeo.fordmedia.eu/

Economy, Performance and Emissions

 1.6L Duratec2.0L Duratec
Performance (PS)120145
Transmission TypeiB5MTX-75
BodystyleFour-door and Five-doorWagonFour-door and Five-doorWagon
Euro Emissions StageStage VStage VStage VStage V
CO2 Emissions (g/km)159159184184

Urban fuel consumption

l/100km (mpg)

9.2 (30.7)9.2 (30.7)11.2 (25.2)11.2 (25.2)
Extra Urban fuel consumption l/100km (mpg)5.4 (52.2)5.4 (52.2)6.0 (47.0)6.0 (47.0)
Combined fuel consumption l/100km (mpg)6.8 (41.5)6.8 (41.5)7.9 (35.7)7.9 (35.7)
Max Speed km//h (mph)195 (121.2)190 (118.1)210 (130.5)205 (127.4)
0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in seconds12.312.69.910.3
50-100 km/h (31-62 mph) in seconds*14.714.912.712.9
* in 4th gear
 2.0 L EcoBoost,2.0 L EcoBoost,
Performance (PS)203240
Transmission TypePowerShiftPowerShift
BodystyleFour-door and Five-doorWagonFour-door and Five-doorWagon
Euro Emissions StageStage VStage VStage VStage V
CO2 Emissions (g/km)179179179179

Urban fuel consumption

l/100km (mpg)

10.7 (26.4)10.7 (26.4)10.9 (25.9)10.9 (25.9)
Extra Urban fuel consumption l/100km (mpg)6.0 (47.0)6.0 (47.0)6.0 (47.0)6.0 (47.0)
Combined fuel consumption l/100km (mpg)7.7 (36.6)7.7 (36.6)7.7 (36.6)7.7 (36.6)
Max Speed km//h (mph)232 (144.2)227 (141.1)246 (152.9)241 (149.8)
0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in seconds7.98.27.57.8
50-100 km/h (31-62 mph) in seconds*n/an/an/an/a
* in 4th gear

All CO2 emissions figures in g/km and fuel consumption figures are from officially approved tests in accordance with EC Directive 93/116/EC.  Fuel economy figures quoted are based on the European Fuel Economy Directive EU 80/1268/EEC and will differ from fuel economy drive cycle results in other regions of the world.

 2.0L Duratorq TDCi
Performance (PS)115
Transmission TypeMMT6
BodystyleFour-door and Five-doorWagon
Euro Emissions StageStage VStage V
CO2 Emissions (g/km)139139

Urban fuel consumption

l/100km (mpg)

6.4 (44.1)6.4 (44.1)
Extra Urban fuel consumption l/100km (mpg)4.6 (61.3)4.6 (61.3)
Combined fuel consumption l/100km (mpg)5.3 (53.2)5.3 (53.2)
Max Speed km//h (mph)192 (119.3)187 (116.2)
0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in seconds11.211.4
50-100 km/h (31-62 mph) in seconds*10.510.8
* in 4th gear
 2.0L Duratorq TDCi
Performance (PS)140
Transmission TypeMMT6PowerShift
BodystyleFour-door and Five-doorWagonFour-door and Five-doorWagon
Euro Emissions StageStage VStage VStage VStage V
CO2 Emissions (g/km)139139149149

Urban fuel consumption

l/100km (mpg)

6.4 (44.1)6.4 (44.1)7.2 (39.2)7.2 (39.2)
Extra Urban fuel consumption l/100km (mpg)4.6 (61.3)4.6 (61.3)4.7 (60.0)4.7 (60.0)
Combined fuel consumption l/100km (mpg)5.3 (53.2)5.3 (53.2)5.6 (50.4)5.6 (50.4)
Max Speed km//h (mph)210 (130.5)205 (127.4)205 (127.4)200 (124.3)
0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in seconds9.59.810.210.4
50-100 km/h (31-62 mph) in seconds*9.19.4n/an/a
* in 4th gear

All CO2 emissions figures in g/km and fuel consumption figures are from officially approved tests in accordance with EC Directive 93/116/EC.  Fuel economy figures quoted are based on the European Fuel Economy Directive EU 80/1268/EEC and will differ from fuel economy drive cycle results in other regions of the world.

 2.0L Duratorq TDCi
Performance (PS)163
Transmission TypeMMT6PowerShift
BodystyleFour-door and Five-doorWagonFour-door and Five-doorWagon
Euro Emissions StageStage VStage VStage VStage V
CO2 Emissions (g/km)139139149149

Urban fuel consumption

l/100km (mpg)

6.4 (44.1)6.4 (44.1)7.2 (39.2)7.2 (39.2)
Extra Urban fuel consumption l/100km (mpg)4.6 (61.3)4.6 (61.3)4.7 (60.0)4.7 (60.0)
Combined fuel consumption l/100km (mpg)5.3 (53.2)5.3 (53.2)5.6 (50.4)5.6 (50.4)
Max Speed km//h (mph)220 (136.7)215 (133.6)215 (133.6)210 (13.5)
0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in seconds8.99.19.59.8
50-100 km/h (31-62 mph) in seconds*8.99.2n/an/a
* in 4th gear
 2.2L Duratorq TDCi
Performance (PS)200
Transmission TypeM66
BodystyleFour-door and Five-doorWagon
Euro Emissions StageStage VStage V
CO2 Emissions (g/km)159159

Urban fuel consumption

l/100km (mpg)

7.8 (36.2)7.8 (36.2)
Extra Urban fuel consumption l/100km (mpg)5.0 (56.5)5.0 (56.5)
Combined fuel consumption l/100km (mpg)6.0 (47.0)6.0 (47.0)
0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in seconds8.18.3
50-100 km/h (31-62 mph) in seconds*6.76.9
* in 4th gear

All CO2 emissions figures in g/km and fuel consumption figures are from officially approved tests in accordance with EC Directive 93/116/EC. Fuel economy figures quoted are based on the European Fuel Economy Directive EU 80/1268/EEC and will differ from fueleconomy drive cycle results in other regions of the world.

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