Production of the Ford Fiesta will be discontinued to make way for the large electric SUV

Production of the Ford Fiesta will be discontinued to make way for the large electric SUV

Ford has announced the end of production of the Fiesta. The last unit will leave the factory in Cologne, Germany, on July 7.

The reason is not low sales or lack of audience, as Ford will remove the Fiesta from the production line to make room at the factory for the Explorer EV electric SUV. The plan is for this plant to work only with battery-powered vehicles and be the automaker’s first carbon-neutral plant.

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By the end of the holiday, Ford’s new entry-level model will be the Puma compact SUV. This model will have an electric version.

The Fiesta is one of the UK’s most beloved cars, and the last unit will go there (Image: Ford | Disclosure)
  • The Ford Fiesta is one of the most beloved cars in the UK, having sold more than 5 million units there since its launch in 1976 and becoming the best-selling car in the country.
  • According to the British magazine busthe last unit of the compact car will go to the Ford Group in the country.
  • The Fiesta isn’t the only iconic Ford whose days are numbered, with the Focus due to die in 2025.
  • It is currently in its seventh generation, which uses only three-cylinder gasoline or four-cylinder diesel engines.
  • The highlight is the ST version, with a 200 hp Dragon 1.5 turbo engine and a manual transmission.
  • There are also mild hybrid versions, with a 16 hp engine helping the 1.0 Turbo in urban situations.

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