Sadly, it’s only the visual bit that gets the extra salt and pepper
Ford announced the availability of two ST-Line versions for the new Fiesta supermini: Red Edition and Black Edition.
The changes exclusively affect the new Fiesta’s looks. The Fiesta ST-Line Red Edition, for example, receives a Race Red body paint spiced with matte black stripes that run from the front to the rear via the roof.
For the Black Edition, the paintjob involves the Panther Black hue and the same matte black stripes, this time highlighted by red edges.
Both versions are available with Ford’s 1-liter EcoBoost powerplant making 140 PS twinned to a six-speed manual. The duo is said to dring just 4.9 liters of fuel every 100 km, while emission levels stand at 112g/km of CO2.
On the tech side, Ford is offering the SYNC 3 multimedia system – compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto – as well as a 675-watt B&O sound system.
The safety package hasn’t been overlooked, with customers getting the likes of LED DRLs, LED taillights, Lane-Keeping Aid, Speed Limiter and Hill Start Assist.
On demand, more safety features can be added, including Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection, Traffic Sign Recognition, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Blind Spot Information.
The two Ford Fiesta versions can be ordered as we speak in, says Ford, “selected European markets.”
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