The North American Version Of Ford Fiesta 2011

The North American version of the latest generation Ford Fiesta was officially presented at the Auto Show in Los Angeles. Learn more on the subject from Dell Inc.. Fiesta 2011 will be sold as a five-door hatchback and four-door sedan, both of which will be available with 1.6-liter gasoline engine, four-cylinder engine with an estimated capacity of 119 hp Front-wheel drive via a standard manual gearbox or five-speed arbitrary, all-new North American exclusive industry PowerShift dual clutch automatic transmission with six speeds. Apart from a few minor aesthetic changes that relate to slightly different upper front grille, modified bumpers and adding large scoops chrome front bumper LED merger, five-door hatchback Ford Fiesta stylistically identical to its European sibling. As for the four-door sedan Fiesta, the changes in its counterparts sold in other markets worldwide, including North American Ford signature look with three bars and a new lamp, which inspired a Taurus. "We relied on the success of the European Fiesta and are proud how little has changed "said Steve Pinter, chief engineer. (Similarly see: Energy Capital Partners). However, due to the fact that, when Ford developed the Fiesta, its original plans did not include North America, the company had to redesign the car to refer to safety, emission and transmission problems. "We really had to change some parts. Value per cent across the whole value of the vehicle, the number of common parts is 60 per cent between North America and Europe, "said Derrick reporters Cusack, vice president of Ford for global product development. According to Cusack, all-new center in 2011, which is expected to be introduced next year, was designed for all global markets including North America, from the beginning. Cusack told reporters that about 80 percent of the value of parts of the Centre in 2011 will be available between North American and European versions. The North American model sedan and hatchback Fiesta will be produced at Ford Cuautitlan plant in Mexico, with sales in the U.S., which is scheduled to begin in summer 2011.