Ford will sell a new special edition Fiesta Sport in Europe. The vehicle will offer dynamic style and strong performance at decent price.

The three-door hatchback comes with an aerodynamic package consisting of a new front and rear bumpers, a pair of modified side skirts, a dual sport exhaust system with deep sound and a set of 17" Panther Black alloy wheels.

The interior boasts heated leather sports seats with silver contrast stitching, air conditioning with automatic temperature control as well as a leather handbrake and gear knob, alloy metal pedals, gloss black instrument bezels, bespoke floor mats and silver scuff plates.

Ford Fiesta Sport is powered by a 1.6-liter Ti-VCT with 134PS (99 kW) and 160Nm (118 lb-ft) of torque. 0 to 100 km/h in 8.7 seconds and a top speed of 195 km/h (122 mph). There is also a 1.6-liter Duratorq TDCi with 95PS (70 kW), which returns whopping 68.9mpg (4.1 liters per 100 km) and CO2 emissions of 107 g/km.

2011 Ford Fiesta Sport Special Edition

"The Fiesta boasts a rich sporting heritage and the combination of the free-revving 1.6-litre Duratec Ti-VCT petrol engine and dynamic, contemporary styling inside and out means the Fiesta Sport Special Edition is a worthy addition to Ford's roll-call of performance models," commented Roelant de Waard, Vice President, Marketing, Sales & Service, Ford of Europe.

"Of course, the option of a 1.6-litre Duratorq-powered version also means customers not requiring such high performance can still enjoy a sporty character with improved economy, while reaping the benefits of the Fiesta Sport Special Edition's great looks and excellent equipment levels.", he added.

Available in most markets across Europe - including the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Netherlands and Switzerland - the Fiesta Sport Special Edition is the latest addition to the current Fiesta line-up, which has sold more than one million examples since going on sale in late 2008.

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Source: Ford