2022 Ford Fiesta revealed with a new look
Ford has revealed the new Fiesta with confident new styling, an enhanced technology package and is powered by sophisticated mild hybrid powertrains to make the compact hatchback more future-ready than ever.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Ford Fiesta exterior
There’s a new exterior styling across the range that includes a new bonnet design, larger upper grilles, new standard LED headlights. At the rear, the standard lights receive new black surrounds for a more sophisticated appearance, while the available LED rear lights are completed with a Premium Black outer finish.
The Ford “blue oval” badge is now displayed within the grille, rather than on the bonnet lip, contributing to greater road presence.
Trend, Titanium, ST-Line and Active models each benefit from unique styling elements alongside an expanded range of exterior colours, wheel designs and interior finishes.
The Fiesta range is also expanded with new Vignale packs that amplify the Titanium, ST-Line and Active personalities with luxury specifications.
Ford Fiesta interior
A 12.3in, fully-configurable TFT digital instrument cluster is introduced to the new Fiesta. The cluster features uniquely-themed displays to correspond with selected Drive Modes, and a separate area for high-priority information such as driver assistance technologies.
The Fiesta comes with some great tech and safety features such as: Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go, Speed Sign Recognition, Active Park Assist, Live Traffic updates – the new Fiesta models equipped with SYNC 3 also now feature Rear Occupant Alert which is designed to help drivers avoid leaving children or pets in their vehicle by reminding them to check the back seats when the rear doors have been opened at the start of a journey.
Further available premium features include a wireless charging pad for smartphones and a B&O Sound System with 10-speakers, an integrated subwoofer and a 575-watt Digital Signal Processing Amplifier to deliver selectable Surround Sound.
Ford Fiesta drivetrains
The new Fiesta delivers refined, responsive and fuel-efficient driving experiences using a range of EcoBoost Hybrid 48-volt mild hybrid and EcoBoost petrol powertrains.
The new Fiesta’s 1.0-litre EcoBoost Hybrid engine is available with 125 PS and 155 PS power outputs, combined with a six-speed manual transmission.
The 125 PS EcoBoost Hybrid is also available with a seven-speed, Powershift dual-clutch automatic transmission.
Fiesta’s engaging driving experiences can be tailored using selectable Normal, Sport and Eco Drive Modes technology.
Ford Fiesta ST
You’ll also notice that Ford also revealed for the first time the new Fiesta ST high-performance hot hatchback.
A fresh exterior design incorporates a more aggressive fascia appearance, with honeycomb upper and lower grilles alongside large lower side vents. Standard 17in or optional 18in alloy wheels feature a brooding dark Magnetite finish, and exterior colour options now include bold ST Mean Green.
0-62mph in 6.5 seconds and a top speed of 143 mph are delivered by a 1.5-litre EcoBoost engine. In addition to the Normal and Sport Drive Modes, the new Fiesta ST also features a Track mode in place of new Fiesta’s Eco mode, which disables traction control and sets ESC to wide-slip mode for circuit driving.
Ford Fiesta prices and leasing plans
We are still waiting for the full pricing and specification information which will be announced closer to launch. If you want to get behind-the-wheel of a new Ford Fiesta now, compare all of the best lease deals by clicking the button below.