Ford Kuga interior

Carsguide ·

17 February 2012

The interior has a spacious feel, with or without the large panoramic glass roof fitted as standard on the Ford Kuga Titanium model.

The clean, ergonomic design of the instrument panel and centre stack converge into a large centre console for maximum accessible storage.

All interior components contribute to a comfortable surrounding for the driver and front seat passenger. The high seat position contributes to the light and airy environment for front and rear passengers and provides the driver a commanding view of their surroundings.

The bonnet is visible to the seated driver and front seat passenger and enhances the ‘on top of the road’ feeling.

“With the Ford Kuga we wanted to give the driver and their passengers an ‘affordable yet premium’ finish with a range of complementary interior colours and high-quality finishes,” Smith said.

The eye-catching interior incorporates fine leathers on the Titanium as well as the use of high-quality fabrics and gloss finishes on key areas in the Trend. Colour-matched details and integrated colours highlight the instrument panel and door trims, creating a complete, unified look of design-led quality and sportiness.

Each of the two available series represents distinct choices for customers. Both the Trend and Titanium models offer ergonomically optimised cockpit layouts to make life behind the wheel as enjoyable as possible.

On the Titanium, a highly contemporary ‘techno’ feel matches the vehicle’s top-of-the-range credentials, and is synonymous with the positioning of Titanium series on other recent Ford products. Black leather trim is offered on the Titanium as standard.

The interior styling is perfectly complemented by attention to detail and the ergonomics of the primary controls; steering wheel, pedal positions and gear shifter as well as multiple seating positions, switches, in-car entertainment and infotainment features.

All are carefully situated and all have their own special attention to detail. Everything from the amount of pressure that is necessary to activate the ‘Ford Power’ start button to the thumb indents on the steering wheel are all carefully considered to offer the most inviting and satisfying experience to both the driver and passengers.

Other thoughtful additions include additional stowage areas for small items plus dedicated areas for drinks, sunglasses, coins, pens and three 12-volt power outlets for additional electrical devices.

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Published 17 February 2012