New styling pack for the US-spec Ford Fiesta takes its inspiration from the Focus RS
24 March 2011

Ford has unveiled three new styling packages for the US-spec Ford Fiesta, including one that takes its inspiration from the outgoing Focus RS.

The new packages – two inside and one for the exterior – have been created to drive sales and offer customers greater personalisation options.

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Ford says the Sport Pack takes its cues from the European Focus RS, with ‘Tuxedo’ black wing-mirror covers, grille surround, and boot-mounted spoiler. Also on the list are 16-inch polished alloys, tinted headlights and revised manual transmission, which uses a shorter final drive ratio for improved performance, compared with the standard version.

On the inside, the two interior packs - available on SEL and SES models – feature a two-tone interior in either red or white and includes colour-contrasted leather seats, coloured dash and door panels, colour-coded leather steering wheel and black leather gearlever.

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