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The Transit will come standard with a six-speed manual transmission, with a 10-speed automatic to be made available from autumn 2020.
Finally, Ford’s range of driver assistance technologies, such as autonomous emergency braking, intelligent adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, lane keep assist and active park assist will be available optionally.
In addition to the changes to the Transit Custom and Transit Two-Tonne changes, Ford have also unveiled a new flagship variant of its small Transit Connect van.
The Transit Connect Sport Van sees the addition of an exterior styling kit, matt black sports stripes and 16-inch dark stainless alloy wheels.
Inside, the Sport Van gains partial leather seats, a push-button start, dual-zone climate control, cruise control and fog lights.
The Transit and Transit Custom are both currently offered in Australia. Ford couldn’t confirm whether the updates, PHEV or otherwise, will be coming to our market.