Spied: Ford Fiesta ST

Spy Shots

Spy shots of the upcoming Ford Fiesta ST have surfaced from the Nurburgring. This time we are able to catch a glimpse of the five-door hatch instead of the three-door that had been previously spied. We noticed a few changes to the fascia which now features large round lamps at the bottom corners. The rear bumpers have also been worked on as well. The prototype also has a deeper chin spoiler that's partially hidden under some camouflage taping.

According to the latest gossip, the 1.6-liter EcoBoost inline-four will be producing a solid output of 180hp. There aren't many other ST-unique features visible from these photos other than those few minor exterior enhancements. The Fiesta ST will make its official debut later this year, possibly for the Detroit show in January.

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