In celebration of Ford’s newfound success with the compact Fiesta hatchback in Europe, moving over 100,000 models in its first year of production, the blue oval is adding another version of the fun to drive city car to the Fiesta’s lineup. In addition to the well appointed Studio, Edge, ECOnetic, Zetec, Titanium and Zetec S models; Ford is also making the diminutive Fiesta available as a Titanium Individual model.
The new top of the line Fiesta Titanium Individual will be made available in six different exterior colors and a very special red leather appointment for the interior. The Fiesta Titanium Individual rides on a set of stylish 16 inch seven spoke alloy wheels that take the Fiesta’s exterior to sporty new heights. Including all of the amenities of the Titanium model like Bluetooth wireless connectivity and a USB port for MP3 players and other devices, the Individual model offers all of the lavishness of the high end hatchback at a saving of about £100. Marketing Director for Ford of Britain, Mark Simpson said that "we have sold more than 100,000 Fiestas in its first year and we know our customers like to personalise their Fiestas. The new line up with the fabulous Individual special edition will help them achieve this." Now if they could only start selling them in the U.S. as well.
Press release after the jump.
Britain’s latest Fiesta celebrates its remarkable launch success with a new line-up and a new Titanium Individual special edition. The new line-up has six series and five engine options to choose from and broadens the Fiesta appeal to a wider range of consumers.
The Fiesta range now consists of Studio, Edge, ECOnetic, Zetec, Titanium and Zetec S models and with 1.25 petrol and choices of 1.4-litre petrol or diesel or 1.6 petrol or diesel engines.
Studio is where the Fiesta story starts and it now comes as either three or five door and with electric front windows as standard. The new Edge series has air conditioning as standard. For class-leading fuel economy and CO2 emissions, the Ford Fiesta ECOnetic now also has air conditioning - without compromising the official combined cycle efficiency of 76.3mpg*. Zetec is likely to remain the most popular buyers’ choice with high specifications as standard.
At the sporty end of the Fiesta line-up is the ever-popular Zetec S series where alloy pedals, sporty side skirts and Quickclear windscreen become standard.
New Titanium Individual Special Edition
The new Fiesta Titanium Individual offers a level of premium luxury rarely found in small cars while providing a saving of £100 over a similarly equipped Titanium model.
The Individual is available in six exterior colours with a special red interior. Added to that are 16in, seven-spoke alloy wheels, Bluetooth with USB and unique premium leather seats in red and silver.
Marketing Director, Ford of Britain, Mark Simpson said: "We have sold more than 100,000 Fiestas in its first year and we know our customers like to personalise their Fiestas. The new line up with the fabulous Individual special edition will help them achieve this."