Ford has unveiled a new and revamped Fiesta lineup, with new styling, an improved technology package and powered by mild hybrid powertrains.
Ford maintains that a bold and distinctive exterior takes the expressive design of the Fiesta to a new level, with more presence on the road and greater differentiation between the full lineup of Fiesta variants.
Trend, Titanium, ST-Line and Active models each benefit from unique styling cues as well as an expanded range of exterior colors, wheel designs and interior finishes.
The Fiesta lineup is also being expanded with new Vignale packs that amplify Titanium, STLine and Active personalities with deluxe specs, in addition to the highly specified X variants.
LED headlights are for the first time introduced in all variants of the Fiesta, with advanced Matrix LED technology available which offers glare-free high beam functionality and can also adapt the headlight beams for better visibility in conditions difficult.
The new Fiesta also features a 12.3-inch digital instrument display that helps drivers stay informed for relaxing journeys.
Local Hazard Information and Wrong-Way Alert make their Fiesta debut among a suite of sophisticated driver assistance technologies.
Electrified powertrains will help new Fiesta drivers save fuel and reduce emissions while maximizing driving pleasure.
Ford EcoBoost Hybrid 48-volt mild hybrid technology helps optimize fuel efficiency while simultaneously improving the Fiesta’s acclaimed driving dynamics with responsive acceleration.
The technology works hand in hand with Ford’s optional seven-speed Powershift automatic transmission for quick and smooth gear changes.
Ford also unveiled the new Fiesta ST developed by Ford Performance. The hatchback experience is enhanced with new Matrix LED headlights, new in-house developed Performance seats, sporty design details including a new Chrystaline Gray front grille and a striking Mean Green exterior paint option – as well. that an increase in peak torque of 10 percent for 320 nanometers.
“Adapting to the times to set new standards in driving pleasure, technology and efficiency has been a big part of the Fiesta’s enduring success,” said Roelant de Waard, General Manager, Passenger Vehicles , Ford Europe.
“The new Fiesta is another big step forward for the small car segment and offers a model to suit every lifestyle. “
Time is running out until the all-new C-Class, one of the most important models in the Mercedes-Benz portfolio, arrives here.
Right now, the final touches are being made to plans for its launch which is expected in early October, when a detailed announcement regarding range, price, features and specifications will be made.
Along with the E-Class and the S-Class, the C-Class has evolved from its arrival on the scene with the 190 brand to become a mainstay of the global Mercedes-Benz product offering.
In accordance with Mercedes-Benz’s policy of raising the status of its top-of-the-range models from “premium” to “luxury”, the latest version of the C-Class will be very different from the model it replaces in terms of technical equipment. , specifications and features. .
Deemed by commentators and industry sources to be an “baby S-Class,” it will come with many features taken from the S-Class.
With pricing to be announced at launch, it is expected to feature what Mercedes-Benz sales manager Ciaran Allen calls a “margin reflecting its increased value and the broader appeal it should have beyond the existing community of Class C owners. “
As we are heavily presenting Mazda this week, it is fitting that we mark the arrival of a significantly updated version of the company’s sleek, spacious and dynamic SUV, the CX-5 which will be marketed across Europe early. next year.
The 2022 Mazda CX-5 features Mi-Drive driving mode selection, improved driving dynamics, new styling and more marked grade differentiation, packaging and on-board practicality improvements, as well as a wider range of safety functions.
The interior of the 2022 CX-5 now benefits from a Qi cordless phone charging tray in the center console. The two-part reversible cargo area floor and tailgate sill are level for easier loading.
Newground models also feature a floor with a water resistant side for wet or dirty items.
Updates and successive improvements to all aspects of the vehicle have led the CX-5 to become a base model accounting for around 21% of annual European sales.