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For many years, the C170 platform was the basis for the Ford Focus and the Ford Transit Connect, a small cargo van. The front-wheel drive commercial vehicle was popular in Europe before it arrived in the United States in 2010. Interior cargo room of about 135.3 cubic feet, a choice of vehicle with or without rear and side windows, and 1,600-pound optional towing package are some of the 2010 model's features. In 2011 and 2012, Ford offered an all-electric version of the van. Electronic stability control became standard equipment as of 2012.
In 2014, Ford built the van on the international C1 platform, and offered it with a four-cylinder 2.5-liter Duratec engine or EcoBoost 1.6-liter engine, and a choice of a liftgate or rear doors that swing out. Ford introduced the original rear-wheel drive, boxy Transit van in 1965.