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The model will appear on the European market before the end of the year and, for example, in Germany will cost from 50,911 euros (4.9 million rubles). The range will include versions with rear and all-wheel drive, equipped with an Extended Range battery. And approximately at the beginning of 2025, Capri promises to add a simplified version with a Standard Range battery, the price of which they want to keep at 45 thousand euros (4.3 million rubles).

In the 1960s-1980s, Ford produced a mid-size coupe called Capri, which was intended to be the European equivalent of the Mustang. The new Capri has nothing in common with this car. The name itself has become a backronym, which stands for “Cool. Athletic. Past meets future. Rebellious to its core. Intelligent technologies.” And the car itself, although it retained the coupe-like body, became a crossover. Buyers will be attracted by the new model’s bright body colors, minimalist interior, and rich equipment.

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Already in the basic version, the Ford Capri will have 19-inch wheels, a MegaConsole compartment between the front seats, which can accommodate a 15-inch laptop, a heated and massaged driver’s seat, and a media system with a 14.6-inch display. For an additional fee, ergonomic front-row seats, a panoramic roof, ambient interior lighting, and a Bang & Olufsen audio system with ten speakers will be offered. The basic set of Capri electronic safety systems consists of 13 items, including safe door opening and obstacle avoidance assistance.

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There are two power plants, both electric. The first consists of an electric motor on the rear axle and a 77-kilowatt-hour battery, the second is a dual-motor unit with a 79-kilowatt-hour battery. The output is 285 and 340 horsepower, respectively, and the range varies from 592 to 627 kilometers. The all-wheel drive Capri accelerates to the first “hundred” in 5.3 seconds, the mono-drive – in 6.4. The maximum speed is the same for both versions and is 180 kilometers per hour.

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