Ford cars compared to the iPad

 

In a recent interview about the Ford Motor Company and its developments, Mark Ovenden, Ford's UK Director, compared the new ECOnetic 125hp 1.0-litre engine that's in currently in production to the motoring equivalent of the Apple iPad.

Although connections may be originally difficult to make between the two very different products, Ovenden claimed that the size to power ratio of the engine would rival that of the iPad. Essentially, he said that the small engine that produces huge amounts of power and offers excellent efficiency is similar to what an iPad puts on the table. Modern development in motors and engines means that a 1.0-litre engine can now produce 125hp, power that would have previously only been for cars with at least a 1.5-litre engine.

If you want to benefit from Ford's latest development, Ford Car Dealers will have the new ECOnetic range in stock. If you want to benefit from Ford's development, you don't have to buy a new Ford car; Used Ford Cars offer many of the same positives.

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