The model will receive a major facelift, with exterior changes including a reshaped bonnet, headlight clusters, modified bumpers, and an updated rear fascia.
It's worth mentioning that Ford engineers have been testing the Fiesta sedan on European soil for a few years now, so its likely the sedan with launch with the hatchback this Winter.
Apart from exterior modifications, the interior will be subtly updated along with powertrains. The biggest addition under the hood will be Ford's three-cylinder, 1.0 EcoBoost petrol engine, available in three power outputs.
Set to replace the current 1.25 litre, the base EcoBoost will be naturally-aspirated, producing 80bhp (81PS/60kW) while the turbocharged variants will kick-out 99bhp (100PS/74kW) and 123bhp (125PS/92kW).
Via WorldCarFans.com and AutoEvolution.com
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