Ford revealed a new Fiesta ST Hot Hatch, based on the next version of the seventh generation supermini. The new member of the ST family is the star of the company at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
2018 Ford Fiesta St Outside
With its 18-inch alloys, the Ford Fiesta ST 2018 has a more aggressive appearance and attitude thanks to the larger set of wheels and tires, a black grille grille, high-beam headlights and a rear spoiler. The interior also features Recaro sport seats, a racing-inspired flat-front steering wheel and a wide range of optional customization items ranging from unique door tie-rods to the gearshift lever
2018 Ford Fiesta St Inside
In the new cabin, Ford promises more customization than before. Interior-style packages will be available, offering trim and alternative finishes on the items around the cockpit. In terms of technology, the new Sync 3 info-entertainment system appears alongside touch screens up to 8 inches in size. In keeping with the image of the car’s hot hatch, Recaro sports seats with heavy side cushions appear at the front, and a flat-bottom sports steering wheel makes the cut.
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2018 Ford Fiesta St Engine
The highlight is its engine under the hood. This is the first Ford Performance vehicle to package a three-cylinder EcoBoost engine. Specifically, it’s a 1.5L three-cylinder EcoBoost gasoline engine that comes out 197 hp and 290 Nm of torque. A six-speed manual transmission is the only transmission option in the Fiesta ST. It is capable of running from 0 to 100 km / h in 6.7 seconds. Even with the energy-efficient nature of the three-cylinder engine, the EcoBoost of the Fiesta ST 1.5 is equipped with cylinder deactivation that closes a cylinder.
Date and Price
Although the car debuted at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, Ford will not be launching the new Fiesta ST until early 2018. The order books should open at the end of the year though, and we We expect a slight increase to about £ 19,000 when it goes on sale.