2018 Ford Ecospot Test Drive 2018 Ford Ecospot Test Drive, Since the EcoSport has never been sold here, most of us wonâ€™t know (nor likely care) what features have been modified or changed as part of the EcoSportâ€™s mid-cycle update. But for those who do, the updated features include the headlamps, the front and rear fascias, the taillamps, and a larger, higher-set grille. Four trim levels will be offered at launch: S, SE, SES, and Titanium. The SES gets its own exterior styling cues, as well as copper accents on the dash, door panels, and seats. Inside, the EcoSportâ€™s new dashboard is home to an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system powered by Fordâ€™s Sync 3 software. Ford also is touting the gadget-friendliness of the EcoSportâ€”it gets two USB ports and one 12-volt outlet up front, plus another 12-volt outlet and an optional 110-volt plug in the rear seating area. Ford has somehow managed to create 30 storage pockets, bins, and hooks of varying sizes throughout the cabin, and Titanium models boast a 675-watt B&O Play audio system with 10 speakers.