Ford have sort-of dropped the curtain on a new generation Fiesta ST, prior to its ...
Ford have sort-of dropped the curtain on a new generation Fiesta ST, prior to its official presentation set for later today, and the public debut during the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
Revealed in the 3+-minute long footage that has an action-like flair, as it features the professional BMX rider Sebastian Bas Keep chasing after WRC driver Toni Kelly inside the Cologne factory, the hot hatch has the evolutionary design that reminds of the larger Focus.
The specific ST grille has undergone some modifications and is flanked by the LED surrounded headlamps. New bumpers on both ends, the front with larger air vents, beefy alloy wheels, chin and roof spoilers help separate the ST from its lesser Fiesta siblings.
Ford have yet to reveal any clear images with the interior, but this seems to have the partially digital instrument display, and the regular handbrake lever, instead of the modern electronic ones.
While the current Ford Fiesta ST uses the 1.6-liter turbo’d four-banger, with 197 horses, its replacement is believed to drop it for the heavily massaged version of Ford’s three-cylinder EcoBoost.
Its output remains unknown, but it will be faster on the straight than its predecessor, and will continue to challenge the likes of the Renault Clio RS and VW Polo GTI.
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