- Comes with 17-inch alloy wheels and electric sunroof on both variants
- Titanium+ variant now gets 16-inch alloys instead of the 17-inch alloy wheels
- Signature Edition gets a rear spoiler, blue interior highlights and seat stitching
- Expected to be pricier than the Titanium+ variant
Ahead of its official launch in the next few weeks, details for the upcoming EcoSport Titanium S and the Signature edition has emerged. Both the variants get fresh set of cosmetic and feature upgrades while mechanically they remain unchanged. With this, Ford has also stopped offering the 17-inch alloy wheel option on the Titanium+ variant and now it gets the 16-inch alloy wheels. Price for the Titanium+ variant however remains unchanged.
Speaking of features, Ford EcoSport Titanium S and Signature edition variants get 17-inch alloy wheels and electric sunroofs. The company is offering smoked HID headlights and foglamps, along with the black painted roof and grille in a darker finish. The vehicle also gets a tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS). Step inside and you will come across a 4.2-inch analogue cluster, satin orange highlights on the seats and door pads along with the 'S' badging for identification.
The Signature Edition gets a rear spoiler, blue interior highlights and seat stitching. Additionally, it also gets safety features like electronic stability control (ESC) and Hill Launch Assist (HLA). On the pricing aspect, both the variants are expected to charge a premium over the Platinum+ variant.