Ford Fiesta facelift spied with EcoSport inspired interiors

2015 Ford Fiesta facelift spy shot 01 front grille

Ford Fiesta facelift has been spotted a few times here and there, latest spy shot of which was taken in Ernakulam – Kochi, in Kerala. The 2015 Fiesta temporarily registered to Kairali Ford dealership there is the high spec Titanium variant with a diesel motor under the hood.

2015 Ford Fiesta facelift spy shot 01 front grilleNew Ford Fiesta comes with a new trapezoidal front grille as a part of Ford global initiative that adds striking visual appeal. Front bumper obviously is redesigned. Rear fascia gets wider looking tail lamps and tweaked rear bumper that accommodates chrome strip and reflectors.

2015 Ford Fiesta facelift spy shot 02 rearInterior remains mostly the same as older Fiesta, but with piano black motif on centre console, instead of silver-esque panel. Centre console layout which is akin to EcoSport’s is retained, and so are the steering wheel, gear knob and air-con controls. Upholstery gets a refresh in terms of fabric and design.

2015 Ford Fiesta facelift spy shot 03 interiorsCentre infotainment display in Ford Fiesta facelift will feature Ford SYNC along with AppLink, that provides voice control function to operate smartphones. Emergency assist system that calls emergency services when the car is subjected to an accident will be provided in 2015 Ford Fiesta. As a safety addition, driver knee airbag will be provided along with dual front airbags.

2015 Ford Fiesta facelift 04 sideEngine options are expected to remain the same; a 1.5 liter petrol and 1.5 liter diesel engines generating 112PS and 91PS respectively. But in all possibility, Ecoboost 1.0 litre engine that produces 125PS  could be plopped in the new Ford Fiesta. Lets see if new Fiesta changes the unfortunate fate of Ford in India, when it is launched.

Via – Saju Kuruvilla

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Life after college in 2014 has seen Ashwin Ram propel himself wholeheartedly into the auto industry. Information is never enough for this young blogger who enthusiastically ticks his elaborate checklist at each drive. The need to add that one extra detail ensures select articles that are upbeat, and comprehensive.

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