1. Ford will reveal its new subcompact car at an event in Germany, while the car is expected to land in North American dealerships in 2018.
2. The new Fiesta is expected to be more upscale with a number of new safety features and larger displays inside. In Europe, Ford may even offer a luxury Vignale trim of the Fiesta.
3. Previous spy photos also show new styling thanks to a fresh front fascia and new headlights.
4. Ford currently builds the Fiesta in Germany, Mexico, Thailand, Vietnam, Venezuela, Taiwan and India. For the U.S., the Fiesta will continue to be built in Cuautitlan, Mexico.
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