Ford recently unveiled the next-generation Fiesta, which is offered in several different flavours – Trend, Active, ST-Line, Titanium and Vignale. Though they may each have their own distinct visual cues, all are offered as a hatchback only. Theophilus Chin has now rendered what the sedan version of the new Fiesta could probably look like, which should appeal to the cargo conscious crowd.

Using the Fiesta Titanium as a base, the sedan see here replaces the comparatively larger taillights with the slimmer units found on the hatchback, albeit resized to fit, with a chrome trim piece to match. The extended rear also appears lower than before, with a pronounced line running through the door handles leading to the taillight. Has a sense of Mazda 2 Sedan to it, don’t you think?

The new Fiesta is offered with a range of petrol and diesel engines, along with a choice of transmissions that include a five-speed manual, six-speed manual and six-speed automatic. Petrol power plants include a 1.1 litre and 1.0 litre EcoBoost in various states of tune (70 PS to 140 PS), while a sole 1.5 litre TDCi in 85 PS and 120 PS outputs form the diesel offerings.


Aside from these changes, the Fiesta also sees enhancements to its chassis, with double-bonded suspension bushings that are twice as stiff as before to allow for sharper steering response, according to Ford. It also gets a more comprehensive driver assistance suite, featuring active park assist with perpendicular parking, adaptive cruise control and many more.

Depending on variant, the all-new Ford Fiesta will roll on 15- or 16-inch steel wheels, or alloy wheels measuring 15, 16, 17 or 18 inches in diameter. The all-new Ford Fiesta comes in new colours: Blue Wave, Chrome Copper, Milano Grigio, and Ruby Red. Other colours in the palette include Absolute Black, Blazer Blue, Bohai Bay Mint, Deep Impact Blue, Frozen White, Magnetic, Moondust Silver and Race Red.

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