The Fiesta model, the owner of Ford’s best-selling model in Europe, was the first to have an electric powertrain. Now Ford Fiesta has a light hybrid engine option. Ford Fiesta, which has received several security updates with the new engine option, also experienced increases in its performance.
Ford Fiesta has increased its security options with its light hybrid option!
Along with Ford EcoBoost Hybrid powertrains, Fiesta has more powerful and responsive performance data to improve driving experience while offering improved fuel efficiency. In addition to the 48 Volt light hybrid system, the updated start-stop system called “Stop & Go”, traffic signs recognition system and active brake support are among the updates made in Ford Fiesta.
The light hybrid system called Ford EcoBoost Hybrid features a 1.0-liter three-cylinder turbo gasoline engine. Ford Fiesta increased its torque support by 20 Nm with the new system with updated start-stop feature that can be lifted within 3 seconds after stopping. In addition, the new system, which provides a reduction in turbo lag, charges during braking just like in conventional hybrid technology.
The Ford EcoBoost Hybrid system will appear in two different versions. In addition to the first version that produces 125 horsepower and 210 Nm torque, the Fiesta will have a more powerful version that produces 155 horsepower and 240 Nm torque. Both versions can be purchased with a 6-speed manual and 7-speed automatic transmission.
In addition to the update on the power unit, the interior of the For Fiesta has also been updated with new technologies. Two new driving modes have been added to the Fiesta Active version, and the center console design has been updated. The interface of the infotainment system called SYNC 3 has been renewed and the buttons have been slightly enlarged to make it easier to use. In addition, Ford Fiesta will now have wireless charging support.