Compared to the previous model, the profile of the new Fiesta hasn't seen seen any huge change, although the car is a bit bigger in all directions. Where it obviously differs are in the details, with some new, slim headlights at the front, and a lower, flatter nose. Overall, the design is more integrated, with soft lines and curves, and a feature line running through the door handles, all the way to the rear lights. Ford has also added a panoramic glass roof, which you can open, while at the back, the new Fiesta looks wider, thanks to new horizontal lights, which replace the vertical ones on the previous model.
In common with the outgoing model, the new one will be available with a choice of three- and five-door hatchback bodies, and will rival the likes of the Volkswagen Polo and Vauxhall Corsa. According to Ford, the new Fiesta is more spacious, more comfortable and more practical than the model it replaces.