2019 Ford Fiesta Concept

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When does 3 equal 4? When you turbocharge the 3. That’s the philosophy with the next-generation Ford Fiesta ST, which was revealed this week at the 2017 Geneva auto show.

The most notable change is the switch from a turbocharged 1.6-liter 4-cylinder to a turbocharged 1.5-liter 3-cylinder engine. Power remains the same at 197 horses, but you have to bet that the 3-cylinder is lighter and that translates to more fun. Ford quotes a 0 to 62 mph time of 6.7 seconds, which is about a half-second quicker than the current car.

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This all-aluminum 3-cylinder has some pretty cool technology. It will be the industry’s first 3-cylinder engine with cylinder deactivation, shutting down one cylinder under light load conditions. Ford says the system can disengage or re-engage that cylinder in 14 milliseconds. It will come with both port and direct fuel injection, as well as twin-independent variable cam timing.

The exhaust manifold is also integrated into the head, improving efficiency by helping the engine reach optimal temperatures faster, and minimizing the distance exhaust gasses travel between the cylinders and turbocharger.

The 2019 Ford Fiesta offers outstanding style and technology both inside and out. See interior & exterior photos. 2019 Ford Fiesta New features complemented by a lower starting price and streamlined packages. The mid-size 2019 Ford Fiesta offers a complete lineup with a wide variety of finishes and features, two conventional engines.

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