Ford 2013 Escape SUV

Ford Escape-the original concept started in the early 2000s when the company decided to launch a simultaneous equivalent of their Japanese collaborator Mazda's Tribute-it had the same basic design as the Ford Escape.

Ford will officially debut the next-generation Escape at the Los Angeles Auto Show later this month, but ahead of the crossover's official debut, we're getting our first look at one of the vehicle's new features: a hands-free power liftgate.

Tighten your seat-belts folks-the Ford 2013 Escape is all set to leave you awestruck.

For those new to the auto world, engines equipped with the EcoBoost feature (Ford's trademark) deliver power and torque consistent with larger displacement achieving approximately 20 per cent better fuel efficiency and 15 per cent reduced greenhouse emissions.

The Escape will have a six speed automatic transmission and a front wheel drive with a four-wheel independent suspension.

The safety features include a four-wheel ABS, front and rear head airbags, stability control, traction control, electronic brake-force distribution, post collision safety system etc.

A hard-to-miss feature is the sony stereo system with Ford's trademark feature MyFord Touch developed in collaboration with Microsoft.

Finally, coming to the much talked about feature of this car-the Hands Free Power Lift-back.

The official price is yet undisclosed but experts agree that it would priced a little over the current Ford 2012 Escape.

Just approach the rear of the Escape with the key fob in your pocket, and wave your foot gently under the rear bumper. This activates the system and the liftgate opens automatically.

Ford expects the 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine to deliver better fuel economy than larger four-cylinder engines from competitors, while the 2.0-liter EcoBoost should provide better fuel economy and performance than competitors’ V-6 engines.

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