Ford India Training Centre

Ford India Training Centre






Deliver hands on practical training and encourage the research and development activity among the student’s community and to understand the recent automotive technology, Ford India donated a brand new Ecosport vehicle to Automobile Engineering, Hindusthan College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore. As a part of corporate social responsibility - “Taking Education Further” ford has been provided the USA export model with left hand driving systems to the students which makes them to understand the international standards.


Ford Ecosport vehicle enabled with advanced technology like 2.0 GDi gasoline engine with 167 bhp, left hand drive, intelligent four-wheel drive, six airbags, electronic stability balance, cruise control, tyre pressure monitor, preset speed controller, drive and sports mode and SYNC safety technology adopted in this vehicle. This vehicle used in our laboratory to develop the technical competencies, provide hands practical knowledge in electronics and sensor technology and encourage to do the research and development activity among the students


The Ford Ecosport donation was accompanied by a training program for the college's faculty and students. The program aimed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the latest automotive technologies and their practical applications.


This initiative highlights Ford's commitment to investing in the next generation of engineers and technicians, as well as supporting the development of cutting-edge automotive technology in India. By providing students with access to real-world experience and practical training, Ford aims to help bridge the gap between education and employment, and support the growth of India's engineering and technology sector.


As an Nutshell Ford India donated brand new EcoSport vehicle to promote practical training, research development. As a part of corporate social responsibility ‘Taking Education Further’, Ford has been provided the USA export model. The vehicle is a global model, which has a 2.0-liter GDI engine with a six-speed torque converter gearbox, an all-wheel drive system, and advanced safety features like six airbags, lane departure warning, and so on. A total of 43 faculty and 307 students have benefited from this facility.



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Coordinator of the Centre: Dr C Sabarinathan