Ford has pulled the covers off a new edition to its Mondeo range the Titanium model, which is characterised by a number of hi-tech features.
The car has a ‘modern techno’ theme, according to Ford, with 17-inch alloy wheels, brushed metal interior trim detailing, a cutting edge instrument cluster with colour display and sports-style front seats.
It has been released following "outstanding" press and public reaction to the Titanium X series, Ford reports.
The new model will be positioned alongside the Ghia trim level, thereby giving Ford customers a "mid-range, luxury-themed Mondeo to suit every taste".
A wide range of engines will power the Titanium line-up, including an "ultra-economical" 1.8-litre unit and a five-cylinder turbocharged 2.5-litre engine. These powerplants will be available alongside Ford’s new automatic gearbox.
Discussing the appeal of the Mondeo with this new trim level available, Ford said: "Now with a choice of Edge, Zetec, Ghia, Titanium and Titanium X specification steps, eight different engine options, five- and six-speed manual gearboxes plus a new automatic transmission, Ford’s Mondeo reaffirms its position as a car with real premium appeal."