Ford presented the new Fiesta at an event held at its headquarters in Cologne. The car will be released in 2017, with the company not revealing many technical information for the new generation of their highly popular model.
The car will be offered in four versions, the Titanium, the Vignale, the ST-Line, and the Active, with light crossover features. In this way Ford offers more personalization options and also enhances the driving advantages of each version.
The seventh generation of the Fiesta will continue to be offered in a 3-door and 5-door bodywork, with the design of the front part being an evolution of the current model, following the well-known corporate identity of the company. On the other, the rear is drastically changed and redesigned and features horizontal lights. Similarly the interior, features a floating screen for the infotainment system and a Bang & Olufsen sound system.
The new Fiesta will be equipped with three-cylinder and four-cylinder engines, with the Fiesta ST, according to rumors, to be equipped with a 1.5 liter three-cylinder turbo engine producing 200 hp, combined with a 6-speed manual transmission. The production of the car will take place at Ford’s factory in Cologne, Germany for the European market.