2017 Ford Fiesta - INTERIOR
Interior There have been some rather more drastic changes to the interior of the new Ford Fiesta. A new eight-inch ‘floating’ infotainment screen dominates the look of the dashboard. It’s from here that occupants will be able to control the new SYNC 3 infotainment system, which also features in the Ford Edge SUV. Across the dashboard and on the seats are pieces of trim – including the rear-view mirror cap, door pulls and instrument panel – finished in a choice of five different colours. These are Race Red, Yellow, Bohai Bay Mint, Deep Impact Blue and Chrome Copper. Meanwhile, Vignale models will come with the likes of Tuxedo-stitched upholstery. The number of buttons on the centre console has been halved compared to the outgoing model, with a large number of controls having been moved to the new eight-inch touchscreen. Ford says the new Fiesta is much more user-friendly than the old model, with ergonomics having been designed with the aid of eye-tracking software. It’s not just the ergonomics that have been improved, however; Ford says that both the quality of the materials and the way it has been put together have been significantly improved as well. There’s also more space inside, with 16mm more kneeroom in the back, better access to the slightly larger boot, a glovebox that’s 20% bigger and a one-litre storage bin between the front seats. All the door bins will be able to hold a 600ml drinks bottle, too. Technology and infotainment This is where the new Fiesta has come on leaps and bounds compared to the old model. In place of the current version’s antiquated SYNC 1 infotainment system controlled from buttons on the dashboard, there’s now a far slicker SYNC 3 touchscreen system. As well as a touchscreen, there’s also a sophisticated voice-control system. This allows you to merely push a button and say something like “I need a coffee” or “I need fuel” or I need to park” and the sat nav system will direct you to the closest location for what you want. It’s also compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, allowing you to control certain aspects of your phone from the eight-inch infotainment screen. Buyers will also be able to add voice control of a number of smartphone apps to their SYNC 3 systems using the SYNC AppLink. These include Spotify, AccuWeather and the Aupeo internet radio app. Lower-spec Fiestas will come with smaller 6.5 and 4.2-inch screens, while the latter can be specified with the Ford MyDock mobile-phone mounting system that allows you to use your mobile as a portable infotainment screen. All Fiestas will come with DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity and two USB ports as standard. Alongside the standard stereo (which includes an integrated CD player) you’ll also be able to specify a new B&O Play sound system that will deliver better sound quality. The new Ford Fiesta is the first Ford to be made available with this system. It’s not just infotainment that’s been improved, however: there’s also a huge amount of safety technology on offer. The new Fiesta comes with two cameras, three radar systems and 12 ultrasonic sensors to allow 360-degree monitoring of its environs. Using these, the car can avoid (or reduce the severity of) low-speed collisions with other vehicles or pedestrians thanks to the ‘Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detect’ system. The new Fiesta will also be offered with a self-parking system that can find and manoeuvre the car into either a kerbside parking space or a perpendicular parking bay typical to car parks. The car steers itself while all you have to do is control the speed and the gears. The new Fiesta will be available with traffic-sign recognition and auto-dipping headlights that avoid dazzling other drivers at night. Cross-traffic alert – a system that alerts you to any oncoming traffic as you’re reversing out of a parking space – will also be on offer. Further safety features on the new Ford Fiesta include adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping assistance and forward collision alert. Price & on-sale date Ford hasn’t confirmed any prices or launch dates for the new Fiesta yet, although we expect the new car to make its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2017 and go on sale shortly after that. Prices are expected to start at around £14,000. Read More http://www.carbuyer.co.uk/news/152743/new-2017-ford-fiesta-supermini-offici ally-revealed 2016 2018 i cockpit indicator "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
Peugeot 208 GTi vs Renault Clio 200 Vs Ford Fiesta ST - Top Gear - Series 20 - BBC
It's the Battle of the GTi's as Richard test drives the Peugeot 208 GTi, Renault Sport Clio 200, and Ford Fiesta ST. Who will be the king of the Hot Hatch? Subscribe for more awesome Top Gear videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Topgear Top Gear YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/topgear TopGear.com website: http://www.topgear.com Top Gear Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/topgear Top Gear Twitter: http://twitter.com/BBC_topgear This is a channel from BBC Worldwide who help fund new BBC programmes.
Ford Fiesta Mk6 Cosworth JWRC Project
Amazing work of Ford Fiesta Mk6 Cosworth. Source: http://passionford.com/forum/restorations-rebuilds-and-projects/305348-mk6- jwrc-fiesta-cosworth.html
How To Clear Your PCM'S Memory On Fords After Repairs
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