Ford Fiesta facelift unveiled with SYNC, MyKey and other goodies

Ford recently unveiled their new face-lifted Ford Fiesta at their Go Further event in Amsterdam.


It now comes with their own in-car connectivity system known as the SYNC and other cool technologies.

Essentially, SYNC connects mobile devices in the car through either the USB or Bluetooth while it also comes with the Active City Stop system which is activated to assist the driver in avoiding collisions when driving in low speed. If you haven’t already know, the SYNC is also featured in the recently launched Ford Focus here.

Apart from that, it also comes with the MyKey system which basically allow you customise certain configurations like the maximum speed, audio volume and such. This is basically a type of parental lock system. They are targeting the UK market which will be officially launched in January while they are also planning an ST version which will come with a 1.6 liter EcoBoost engine.

Basically, there are no confirmation on the price or if it would make its way to our shores but with the recent launch of the Ford Focus and the competitive automotive market here, it would not be too long. On top of that, while there are no confirmation about the powertrain, if recent news are anything to go by, it would come in 2 tuned 1.0 liter engines which are either 99 or 123 horses.