The much acclaimed model from the arsenal of Ford, Fiesta hatchback was criticized for having a cramped cabin space. Considering the multiple feedbacks, Ford Motors have decided to grant a bigger wheelbase to the 2018 Ford Fiesta along with a refreshed styling. The spy shots of the upcoming hatch clearly depicts that the car is longer, has a revamped silhouette, and a front nose which is less round than the previous one. It is expected that the 2018 Ford Fiesta will arrive in the US market by the mid of 2017.
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The new grille grants the hatch with a smart look and swept back headlights with a sharp cut has resulted in a distinct appeal. The taillights of the upcoming Fiesta Hatchback now features in the horizontal orientation which was vertical in the previous one. These extended lights have resulted in a wider stance of the car. There is no significant information about the 2018 Ford Fiesta specs but, it is likely that the brand will not come up with major changes under the hood. Most of markets are offered with Ford’s five times ‘Best Small Engine’ winner – 1.0-litre Ecoboost engine and it might be possible that the new 1.5-litre engine from the EcoBlue club may feature in the new 2018 Ford Fiesta. The only information that the officials have revealed is that the 2018 Ford Focus as well as seventh generation Fiesta will lose the dual-clutch transmission. This has been done because in the past few years, the company has lost its third-party quality ratings due to this and now the brand has kept quality on the top of its priority list.
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The seventh generation Fiesta will be based on the Ford’s Kinetic 2.0 design philosophy and will continue the current platform, which is quite competent in the segment in the current model. Sadly the spy shots of interiors are not available yet, but looking at the other upcoming models of the brand, Ford Motors will definitely present the new 2018 Ford Fiesta with refreshed styling. The features that this fiesta will hold are still not revealed but there is no information about replacing the Ford’s latest SYNC unit, which is compatible to both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.