The revised version of the Ford Fiesta is here. It is presented by a modified design and a multitude of technical innovations. The new version of the 1976 for the first time presented small car will mainly be safer and more economical, but also offer more comfort.
The front of the back available as a three and five-door Fiesta is dominated by the large grille in a trapezoidal shape, which is reminiscent of the Nobel sports cars from Aston Martin. Also fall on the newly designed headlamps with LED daytime running lights and the bonnet with power domes. Great goal in the interior was to optimize the ergonomic interior. New is also the multimedia connectivity system Ford SYNC, which can be operated by voice commands and provides connection options via USB and Bluetooth. Likewise, the SYNC system independently in a position to inform in case of accident to the local emergency services in local language about the location of the vehicle.
Safety systems on board
For security in the city to ensure the "Active City Stop" system. It helps the driver by means of targeted brake intervention, to prevent rear-end collisions in city traffic or at least reduce the severity of the accident. Another new feature is the so-called "MyKey" system, which allows parents greater influence on the driving behavior of their offspring. Thus, the vehicle owners to program a special car keys such that maximum radio volume and speed of the vehicle will be limited. Similarly, it is excluded that driver assistance and safety systems are disabled.
Award winning engine
One of the engines of the new Ford Fiesta is already award winning. The 1.0-liter EcoBoost three-cylinder direct injection petrol engine, which is already in Ford Focus, Ford C-Max and B-Max has been used, received the "Engine of the Year 2012".