The new model of Ford B-Max will come equipped with two versions of engines: a one-liter petrol engine and a 1.6 l diesel. The lowest fuel consumption will be 4 liters per 100 km, the US carmaker announced yesterday in a press release. The version equipped with the 95 HP diesel engines will have an average consumption of 4 liters per 100 km and carbon emissions of 104 grams per km. As for the petrol engine – the smallest and most efficient designed by Ford – it packs 120 HP and burns 4.9 liters /100 km. Its emission level is 114 grams/km. Ford officials said that B-Max will be the most fuel-efficient model in its class, 15 pc more efficient than its main rivals – Opel Meriva and Renault Grand Modus. The subcompact mini MPV will be exclusively manufactured at the Ford plant of Craiova and will be launched this March at the Geneva Motor Show.