2018 Ford Ecospot Test Drive 2018 Ford Ecospot Test Drive, Since the EcoSport has never been sold here, most of us won’t know (nor likely care) what features have been modified or changed as part of the EcoSport’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 EcoSport’s new dashboard is home to an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system powered by Ford’s Sync 3 software. Ford also is touting the gadget-friendliness of the EcoSport—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.

2018 Ford Ecospot Review