For kicks and celebrate Bacon Day, as it should be in the United States, Ford has unveiled a special livery for the Fiesta body.
Presented last year at the Geneva Motor Show and available on the Old Continent for only a few weeks, the new Fiesta ST was well received in the European market. In any case that Ford announced giving some sales figures for its model.
If Labor Day is celebrated in our country every May 1, the U.S. Labor Day is celebrated every first Monday of September. And according to another custom in the Land of Uncle Sam, the Saturday before Labor Day is the day of Bacon, Bacon Day.
This year Bacon Day will take place Saturday and this event Ford has decided to develop a very special occasion for Fiesta. This is a totally unique livery that looks American city covered with stickers showing several slices of bacon.
The sixth-generation Fiesta allows small block Ford EcoBoost 1.0 to grab a new award. This three-cylinder developing 125 horsepower limited to 99 g / km CO 2 emissions was voted “Engine of the Year” in 2012 and 2013.
Topping the list of female car of the year, Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost replaces the Range Rover Evoque, which was also awarded the SUV of the year 2012. She was promoted by a panel of 18 women working in the automotive journalism.
A Fiesta thus opens the appetite when seen passing on the road. Note that this special version of the city is part of a specific program for customization and will be well offered for sale. To be more original, buyers can also opt for two strips of bacon on the hood like two bands that can be found on the sports models.
Other options are also available, as the act of putting stickers of bacon on the wheel arches.