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The Ford Territory has been revived,The new Territory looks to be a JMC Yusheng SM330 crossover with an updated front fascia, new headlights, and a Ford grille. It's not clear yet if any changes have been made to the rear of the car. The SM330 is also believed to be closely related to the Land Wind X7, a vehicle which looked so similar to the Range Rover Evoque it provoked the British automaker to sue the Chinese automaker. There will be three drivetrain options available when the Territory goes on sale in 2019: a petrol engine, a 48V mild hybrid with a Miller Cycle petrol engine, and a plug-in hybrid. The company has yet to provide more details regarding output and fuel economy. Ford has completely overhauled the car's interior with a new dashboard design and a Ford-spec steering wheel. Technology highlights include adaptive cruise control, autonomous emergency braking, a voice-controlled infotainment system and the ability to remotely unlock, locate and start the car. Pitched in between the EcoSport and the Kuga, the new Territory will be produced at JMC's Xiao Lan plant, which Ford says meets its "meticulous global manufacturing standards". Ford has three manufacturing partners in China, with JMC (Jiangling Motors Corporation) producing its utes and vans, Changan concentrating on passenger vehicles, and Zotye focussed on electric vehicles.

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