• Sep 18, 2007
Our friends over at World Car Fans procured a series of shots showing the next generation Fiesta undergoing testing, but this time it's sporting an extra set of doors. The five-door model, like its two-door sibling, will take cues from the Verve Concept that debuted last week in Frankfurt and gets an Iosis-inspired front end, complete with drawn-back headlamps and a steeply raked windscreen. The beltline moves northward in Florida-retiree style, terminating in an upswept D-pillar, while the roof-mounted wing may portend the future of a hot hatch version.
You can check out all the shots from WCF here, and compare it to its concept counterpart by checking out gallery below.

[Source: World Car Fans]



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      • 7 Years Ago
      This car could not come too soon to North America. Imagine Fall 2009: Ford Verve, a C-2 Focus, and a Fusion based on the new Mazda6. Ford would be back in bidness.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Apparently the Chrysler Concorde was a source of inspiration.
      • 7 Years Ago
      People thinking they had to buy an Aveo if they wanted a new car are breathing a sigh of relief.

      Will it take a bite out of the Versa/Yaris/Fit pie?

      Probably.
      • 7 Years Ago
      this i think looks a really little like a fiat bravo. . . ? the fiat bravo i like much more although.

      does any other think this is a like?