Party Time: All-completely new 2018 Ford Fiesta Breaks Cover Early
Here’s our first look at the all-completely new 2018 Ford Fiesta subcompact, courtesy of Ford of Europe’s Twitter account. The redesigned hatchback won’t make its official debut until later today, so we don’t have details, however the photo does show the Fiesta’s completely new design, at least in its Europe-spec form.
With headlights along which has a grille shape in which largely mimic the bigger Focus, the Fiesta’s face doesn’t come as too much of a surprise. Its stance is usually wider along with lower compared with the current Fiesta, along with the side surfacing appears a bit more refined. The four-door hatch pictured above has the sporty ST Line trim package in which Europeans get, which has a Centeng kit along with upsized wheels, however the idea isn’t the full-blown Fiesta ST hot hatch in which we’re holding out for. in which performance-oriented Fiesta is usually likely to come out a few months later than the standard type.
All Fiestas will ride on the same B platform as the outgoing type along with are supposed to use updated versions of the same 1.6-liter four-cylinder, 1.0-liter turbo three-cylinder, along with 1.6-liter turbo four-cylinder engines of the current car. Rather than a mechanical overhaul, Ford has made revisions to focus on improving Inner surface quality along with increasing the level of available technology.
We’ll get a lot more information on the completely new Fiesta later today, along with U.S.-specific details should follow the European type’s debut by a few months. The Fiesta is usually supposed to arrive on our shores late next year as a 2018 type, with the Fiesta ST to follow shortly after in which.
— Ford in Europe (@FordEu) November 29, 2016