Buyers who want to upgrade to the new Ford Fiesta can choose from an array of options including the Fiesta XTS, Fiesta ST and Fiesta STX, which are all available in either 2.5-liter four-cylinder or 4-cylinders.
Ford Fiesta buyers can also choose to add a turbocharged engine, turbochargers, or an electric motor to their Fiesta.
All these upgrades come with a price tag.
In the past, Ford has offered the Fiesta as a hybrid, a one-off vehicle, or as an all-wheel-drive model, but now that hybrid cars are gaining traction, Ford is pushing the idea of a crossover.
This is because Ford is also working on a new crossover model, the Fiesta SUV, and the Fiesta ST crossover is expected to be unveiled in 2019.
The Fiesta ST is expected for 2019.
The new Fiesta ST will have a top speed of 265 miles per hour and a top fuel efficiency of 21 mpg.
The Fiesta ST was launched in 2015 and was redesigned in 2019 for the 2018 model year.
Ford has already sold more than a million Fiesta vehicles since 2011, making it one of the most popular luxury cars on the road.
Ford has sold more Fiesta SUVs than any other automaker, according to Ford’s latest sales figures.
The 2018 model was the last to use the all-new, 3.5L EcoBoost engine.
Ford also plans to offer a new Fiesta SE and Fiesta GT.
The two cars are expected to debut in 2019, while the 2018 Fiesta SE is expected at the end of 2019.
“Fiesta is becoming a car of choice for the modern millennial,” Ford chief financial officer Steve Davis said.
“The new Fiesta and ST crossover will continue to be the go-to vehicle for millennials and families who want an affordable, fun, family car.”
The new Ford Focus and Ford Focus S are expected for release in 2019 and 2020.
Focus and Focus S will be the first Focus cars to offer all-electric and hybrid options.
Focus will also offer a rear-wheel drive, 4.0-liter V6.
The Focus S is expected later in 2019 to offer an electric option.
Ford says it is launching a new product line for the Fiesta family: the Fiesta Hybrid.
The line will include two new vehicles, the Focus Hybrid and the Fusion Hybrid.
The Fusion Hybrid will feature a 5.0L V6 and a 1.7-liter turbocharged V8 engine.
The Fusion Hybrid and Fusion Hybrid S will each feature an electric drivetrain.
The Ford Focus Hybrid will offer both hybrid and electric options, but only the Hybrid Hybrid will come standard on the Focus.
In 2019, Ford will introduce the Fiesta E, a new model aimed at the growing middle class.
The E will be offered in three colors: white, silver, and black.
The Ford Focus E will offer a top-of-the-line V6 EcoBoost V6, turbocharged four-wheel, all-aluminum design, and a four-speed automatic transmission.
Ford will also introduce the Fusion E, the new Focus crossover SUV, the Ford Focus X, and several other new Ford products.
Fiesta buyers will get an optional 6.2-liter EcoBoost 4-wheel disc, which provides up to 225 horsepower and 215 lb-ft of torque.
Ford is also introducing the new Fiesta RS sedan and the Ford Fiesta GT, which will be available in 2018 and 2019.
All three vehicles will offer an all new EcoBoost turbocharged 4.2L V8 and an electric transmission.
The new Focus will offer all the standard features of the Fiesta, including a manual transmission, the standard leather seats, and heated front seats.
The top-selling Fiesta will feature the Fiesta SE.