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.

See pics of the new Ford Fiesta styling packs

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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