The production of the new Ford Fiesta has begun at the factory in Cologne.
Ford has invested 293 million euros in new production processes to build the new model, with the company claiming that a new Fiesta will roll off the track every 68 seconds.
Europe’s top selling car shows the latest product strategy from Ford, with the new Fiesta available in four different versions – the sporty ST line, the sophisticated Vignale and Titanium, the Active Pseudo Crossover and the Fiesta ST range The latter two will arrive next year.
“We have this iconic small car lovable, fun and sporty-to-drive character to the next level, with a wider range of models than ever before and with advanced technologies and features that small car customers could only have A few years ago, “said Jim Farley, Vice President and President of Europe, Middle East and Africa, Ford Motor Company.
The new generation of Ford Supermini is longer and wider than its predecessor, with the company also a significant improvement in the overall quality of the new Fiesta, with tighter panel gaps and a cabin that wants to compete the best in this field ,
There is also a very wide range of driver assistance systems including Pre-Collision Assist with pedestrian detection, Active Park Assist with vertical parking lots, Cross Traffic Alert, Adaptive Cruise Control, Adjustable Speed Limiter, Blind Spot Information System, Tracking warning, forward warning, and the list goes on.
The available engine series has been simplified, with three-cylinder petrol and four-cylinder diesel engines. The Fiesta ST is powered by a turbocharged three-pot 1.5-liter petrol engine with a cylinder deactivation function that makes 197hp (200hp), with a 0-62mph in 6.7 seconds along with CO2 emissions of only 114 g / km propelled. source:www.carscoop.com