The new trim level was created in response to demand for top end versions of the Mondeo. The Titanium X Sport features 18 inch alloys, twin chromed exhaust, red stitched leather/alcantara seats, leather steering wheel and gear stick. The Titanium X’s aluminium trim detailing is replaced with piano black inlays.
Customers can choose from two engines, the five-cylinder 218bhp 2.5-litre turbocharged petrol, or the new 173bhp 2.2-litre TDCi engine which is expected to be the biggest seller.
Standard equipment includes in-dash Sony six CD player, voice control, rain sensing wipers, automatic headlights, front and rear park assist, dual-zone climate control and Ford power start button.
Additional upgrades over the standard Titanium include Bluetooth connectivity, bi-xenon lights, alloy pedals and sports suspension.
Both engines come with six-speed manual gearbox and insurance groups are 12E for diesel and 14E for petrol models.
The Titanium X Sport is available to order now at £25,355 for the five-door and £26,605 for the estate version.