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With the first images from the redesigned 2013 Ford Fiesta which is scheduled to debut on the 2012 Paris Motor Show in late September, it received a brand new front end which is inspired by Ford ‘s Kinetic design language.
“Fiesta may be one of the world’s best-loved small cars across five decades, as well as the sporty appeal in the last generation Fiesta inspired real passion among global compact car customers, causing its status since the world’s most successful small car,” said Martin Smith, Ford of Europe executive design director.
The most crucial change for that 2013 Ford Fiesta may be the introduction of the 1.0-liter EcoBoost gasoline engine, which should return best-in-class fuel economy. The Ford Fiesta is likewise available with the 1.5-liter turbodiesel four-banger that is certainly found in the B-Max compact minivan.
The 2013 Ford Fiesta gains a lesser trapezoidal grille, laser-cut headlamps with DRLs which use LEDs daytime running lights, new bonnet design and a new lighting graphic in the rear.
Another highlight for your 2013 Ford Fiesta may be the next generation of Ford’s SYNC infotainment system, Active City Stop, and MyKey (a safety feature that enables parents can set a sort of “parental control” and also the audio volume when their offspring’s driving adventures.).