Just 400 units of the first Fiesta special edition will be made
19 October 2009

Ford has launched the first special edition model of its new Fiesta.

The Ford Fiesta Titanium Individual will be limited to 400 units, with its two and a half month production run starting at the end of October.

See the Ford Fiesta Titanium Individual pics

The model is based on the top-of-the-range Titanium-spec Fiesta, with the addition of the premium leather Individual Series interior. The interior is in red and silver, which Ford claims should appeal to a younger audience.

“We’ve gone for a funky interior,” said a source. “The special edition is the most premium Fiesta around but we’re still pitching it a younger audience.”

Other standard kit includes 16-inch alloy wheels and full Bluetooth and iPod connectivity. The model will be available in six exterior colours.

Ford has seen the success of cars such as the Mini and Fiat 500 with their customisable options, and this is something Ford is trying to achieve with the Individual Series interior options.

“We have sold more than 100,000 Fiestas in its first year and we know our customers like to personalise their Fiestas,” said Ford’s Mark Simpson. “The new line up with the Individual special edition will help them achieve this.”

It will cost from £15,145 and is available to order now.

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19 October 2009

Maybe I'm getting old, but i'm still (just) in my 20's. But that interior does not appeal to me! And at 15k, admittedly before discounting, is an awful lot of money for a fiesta!

19 October 2009

That interior isn't that special, it's an existing option. I've just had my Fiesta's audio upgraded to 2010 spec because I had errors with my iPhone connecting and it's made it worse... iPod works fine though...

19 October 2009

[quote superstevie]Maybe I'm getting old, but i'm still (just) in my 20's. But that interior does not appeal to me! And at 15k, admittedly before discounting, is an awful lot of money for a fiesta![/quote]

I'm a big fan of the Fiesta, but have to agree, that interior colour combination does not appeal. Am I'm in my early 20's.

19 October 2009

Wondered when the special editions would appear,and guess what?, it's not that special, my wife would've had a new Fiesta but for that awful centre dash and the price, if they had given you a choice of centre console like they did in the Focuses it would not have been as awful as that fake aluminum, we didn't particularily mind the mobile phone look it was just the lack of choice not to mention the price(we looked at a Zetec S),so Ford lost out on a sale to Seat (Ibiza Sport)because of the lack of choice on interior fittings!

Peter Cavellini.

19 October 2009

Fiestas´design is just awful, there is too much of everything, it already looks old.

19 October 2009

180bhp Fabia VRS for similar price.

19 October 2009

I think they could have made the exterior more glitzy looking and the interior doesnt suit the burgundy, its the colour of cough medicine- i could see it aging quite quickly.

19 October 2009

[quote fuzzybear]

I think they could have made the exterior more glitzy looking and the interior doesnt suit the burgundy, its the colour of cough medicine- i could see it aging quite quickly.

[/quote]

I think it just looks horrible in that red colour, its such a girls car. I can picture female drivers spending over 15k on Limited edition fiesta's, horrible little thing.

But the pics in white do not look that bad in 3dr with the big alloys, improves it a little.

Still rather have a Seat Ibiza

19 October 2009

I love everything about the new Fiesta - except the colour of this interior. What were they thinking of?

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