2009 Ford Fiesta by H&R Special Springs

H&R Special Springs revealed at the Los Angeles Auto Show their own version of the 2011 Ford Fiesta. Fiesta’s natural good looks get the Euro treatment, with Sticky Jewell custom graphics, custom Euro hood vents, stealthy blacked-out headlamps and a Ford Custom Accessories upper rear hatch spoiler.

The H&R Street Performance monotube coil-over kit features height-adjustable shocks to set wheel arches the perfect distance from the big, 18-inch OZ SuperTurismo GT wheels. When it comes to personalizing Fiesta, this is one suspension-and-wheels approach that most do-it-yourself buyers can adopt to set themselves firmly above the rest of the sport compact crowd.


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4 comments:

The matte design really changed my perception on the Fiesta hatchback where the designer impose how beautiful the car is when it’s painted and really great design. The painter embossed the blue matte by using a high glossy blue so the white matte will be left around and do the job to backup the alloy wheels.

Just by its physical structure, I can say that this is a fast car. Moreover, this will pull more girls. And the best thing about this Ford Fiesta by H&R Special Springs is the we can customize it all by ourselves.

^yes far more aggressive looking the than the suzuki swift. I’d like to see this one in action on WRC. I think this one will set a new record in WRC like the ford focus did.

This is a sharp looking car. I can’t wait for the WRC S2000 homologation special. That may very well be my next car.

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