NEW FORD KUGA
Striking, ultra-contemporary design and styling, inside and out. Uncompromising performance and unrelenting efficiency. An impressive list of smart features, systems and technologies. And all the practicality, flexibility and utility you could possibly want.
If you see opportunities where others see obstacles, you’ll see the infinite possibilities presented by the new Ford Kuga.
Confidence in changeable conditions
An Intelligent AWD system can determine how much grip, cornering balance and responsiveness is required in wet, dry or icy conditions and on varying terrain. The technology is able to send drive to the front or rear axle depending on requirements. And this ‘torque on demand’ system delivers exceptional handling and improved efficiency.
A camera that’s always looking ahead
A small forward facing camera, located behind the inside rear-view mirror, provides a view looking down the road and in front of the vehicle. This enables the system to identify road signs, lane makings, and light sources from other vehicles. The Forward Camera System supports the following technologies: Lane Keeping Aid, Driver Alert, Auto High Beam and Traffic Sign Recognition.
An advanced system to help you stay in your lane
A Lane Keeping System uses a forward-looking camera to detect if you’re unintentionally drifting out of lane. Lane Keeping Alert then warns you by vibrating the steering wheel and displaying a visual warning. If you're slow to react or don’t respond, Lane Keeping Aid can provide steering torque assistance to help guide you back into the right lane. The technology is designed for multi-lane roads (like motorways), so will automatically deactivate at speeds below 43mph or can be turned off manually.
Parking made even easier
Active Park Assist can steer you into parking spaces just 20% longer than your vehicle. Simply push a button and the sensors of this innovative system locate a suitable space as you drive past. Then it automatically steers you in, while all you do is operate the accelerator, gears and brake (following on-screen instructions and audible signals).