Geneva Auto Show will soon be displaying Ford St Fiesta, which is carrying under its hood a 1.6 liter, and four-drive cylinder EcoBoost engine promising a maximum 20% Co2 emission. But that’s not what Ford fanatics are excited about but for its exterior that had undergone a more aggressive styling.
While the hatchback small car is all eyes on its environmental credentials hoping to top buyer’s list for the coming years, St Fiesta is on the ground with its chassis and engine that Ford Motors had developed in Germany on the prestigious car plant of Nurburgring Nordschleife. Sneakers of the preview for the ST Fiesta have seen the cars’ upgrading starting from its chassis and while still being empowered by Ford’s Vectoring Control system. Ford has the car aided for that power on the road performance by infusing different settings for its stability control system.
But all would be a matter of duplicating Ford’s other road power if not Ford made an aggressive move for ST Fiesta exterior. Ford body styling kit is now composed of a fresh grille, a body color that matches the interior and those alloy wheels of large diameters. Its electric door system that is unique and never been seen has made ST Fiesta the answers to one of the biggest woes of parent drivers. The wide 1.5 meter allows wide access to the rear for getting children in and out of the car’s back seat.
St Fiesta dramatic body kit has side skirt that comes along with roof-mounted wing, twin exhaust pipes and rear diffuser. St Fiesta is all set to be labeled as one family star and all ready to get into production the second quarter of the year and reach dealers’ ground before the last quarter.
On the other hand SEAT TOLEDO concept design still remain unchanged and will still have that saloon-like look while maintaining the hatchback rear door of the 1991 original model.
Meanwhile small cars with futuristic concept will be seen by the general public when the 42nd Tokyo Motor show will open its door. A collection of futuristic concept cars is set to grab the limelight and the general view as seen by car critics and observers is “small is cool”. More and more automakers are cashing on small and compact cars to be the next future car.
Ford Motors is convinced that with ST Fiesta, the future of small cars will be welcomed by future drivers who love “cool” cars.