Zetec, ST-Line, Titanium, Vignale and Active trims will be available
Fiesta range has also been expanded with a new semi-crossover SUV-like Fiesta Active
Three and five-door bodystyles will be offered, although the Active model is five-door only
The exterior design director at Ford of Europe said the car’s styling is “more evolution than revolution"
Around 50% of models are expected to be sold in Titanium specification
The ST-Line is the sportiest model in the range, until the fast ST model appears
ST-Line models have a more overtly sporty look
Titanium models will be the most luxurious in the range
The Vignale is from Ford's sub-brand, and promises a more "upscale" buying and ownership experience
Ford describes the new Fiesta as the "world’s most technologically advanced small car"
A range of efficient engines will be offered including a 138bhp 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol
...and a 118bhp 1.5-litre TDCi, the first 'high power' diesel fitted to a Fiesta
Ford has increased the Fiesta's grip under cornering and braking for a more secure drive
But it maintains it'll be more fun to drive than the current car
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