The well-known Ford Fiesta is now available with sophisticated technology and unique styling that elevates its expressive appearance to a whole new level. Each version has a distinct appearance, especially when selecting different colors, rim designs, and interior features. In other words, buyers will be able to tell the difference between the Connected, Titanium, and ST-Line versions even more quickly.
The new Ford Fiesta maintains an electric driveline, allowing consumers to conserve gasoline while lowering emissions - all without losing driving enjoyment. In addition, Ford's EcoBoost Hybrid 48-volt mild-hybrid technology improves fuel efficiency while maintaining the Fiesta's well-known driving characteristics with rapid acceleration. The technology works in tandem with Ford's seven-speed automatic gearbox, which provides consumers with quick and natural gear changes, resulting in the most comfortable and convincing Fiesta driving experience to date.
The newest generation of technology contributes to the new Fiesta being more prepared for ideal driving experiences than ever before. For the first time, LED headlights and the possibility of sophisticated Matrix technology are introduced, which can alter the headlight light to give even better vision under challenging situations in addition to a glare-free feature.
The new Fiesta comes standard with a 12.3-inch digital display that assists users with advanced driver aid technology. For example, the driver can offer both visible and auditory warnings by providing information about local driving conditions or employing the "Wrong Way Alert" system, which uses a windscreen-mounted camera in conjunction with the car's navigation system. In addition, the instrument display panels feature a distinct theme that corresponds to the specified driving circumstances and a separate section for high-priority information.
The new Fiesta also has Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with Cross-Traffic Alert and Active Braking, Lane-Keeping Aid, and Pre-collision Assists with Active Braking. All of this aids the driver in avoiding or lessening the consequences of any collisions with other road users.
The SYNC 3 infotainment system (in ST-Line X) allows the driver to manage sound, navigation, and linked cellphones with simple voice commands. In addition, the system has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, both of which are supported by an 8-inch touchscreen.
The new Ford Fiesta ST-Line X with SYNC 3 has a rear passenger alarm that reminds them to check the back seat before exiting the vehicle. This system protects children or pets from being neglected, such as on a hot summer day when the car's inside temperature might reach dangerously high levels.
Ford also introduces the new Fiesta ST, a high-performance model. The new upgrades are visible here as well, including a 10% boost in torque, new LED headlights with Matrix technology, new self-developed Ford performance seats with 14 adjustment options, and sporty design elements, such as a new Chrystaline Gray grill. The Ford Fiesta ST is also available in a unique and striking color - Mean Green.
The Fiesta ST comes standard with 18-inch alloy wheels with a dark gray metal finish.
The new Ford Fiesta ST accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.6 seconds and has a peak speed of 230 km/h. A 1.5-liter EcoBoost engine produces 200 horsepower at 6,000 rpm, while torque on the new Fiesta ST improves from 290 Nm to 320 Nm between 1600 and 4,000 rpm. In addition, the Ford Fiesta ST includes a 'Track' option for track driving in addition to the 'Normal' and 'Sport' driving modes.
The new Fiesta is built on Ford's global B-car platform, which is also used for the Ford Puma, and by providing several five-door versions, there will undoubtedly be a Fiesta to fit every customer's lifestyle.
Each Ford Fiesta variation has been given different individuality and character. Unique design on the interior and exterior helps differentiate the many versions while also making each variant unique. The new position of the well-known blue Ford oval, which is now on the car's grill rather than the hood, is particularly noticeable. In this case, too, the variations differ from one another.
With its EcoBoost Hybrid 48-volt mild hybrid and EcoBoost petrol engine, the new Ford Fiesta provides customers with a smooth driving experience.
The Fiesta's 1.0-liter EcoBoost Hybrid engine produces 125 or 155 horsepower, and it is paired with a six-speed manual gearbox. The fuel consumption is 20 km/l, and the CO2 emissions are 114 g/km (WLTP). The 125 hp EcoBoost Hybrid is also available with a seven-speed Powershift dual-clutch automatic gearbox, which provides quick and smooth gear changes for optimum driving from 18.9 km/l and CO2 emission of 119 g/km (WLTP). The automatic transmission also allows for triple downshifting for maximum acceleration and faster overtaking, enhancing the driving experience.
The Ford Fiesta is a little car with a lot of character. It's really pleasant to drive it. The redesigned Ford Fiesta will be on sale in early 2022.
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