More from the Ford stand at KLIMS13. The more astute observer will notice that the Ford Kuga Titanium+ on display at the show is a bit different to the Titanium version in the market right now – in essence, the Titanium+ adds on equipment to bring it up to level’s trim as seen on Australian examples, and is set to be introduced in Malaysia next year.
The Oz Titanium variant wears 19-inch wheels and 235/45 tyres, as well as full leather seats, and these will make their way on to the Titanium+ (the current variant is shod with 17-inch nine double-spoke alloys, wrapped with 235/55 rubbers, and fabric/leather combination seats, following an Australian Trend level specification).
The Titanium+ will also add an openable Panorama roof and add elements from the Technology Pack like Active Park Assist. It will also feature Adaptive Cruise Control with Adjustable Speed Limiting Device (ASLD) and a Collision Mitigation System.
Otherwise, the SUV will be that as seen now – the 1.6 litre EcoBoost turbocharged direct-injection engine’s 180 PS at 5,700 rpm and 240 Nm at 1,600 rpm to 5,000 rpm carries on unchanged. No word on pricing for the higher-spec variant as yet. Read our review of the Ford Kuga here.