Ford Introduces Black and White Editions for the Fiesta and Ka in Europe

Ford has announced the introduction of Black and White Editions for the Fiesta and Ka in Europe, with the new models offering contrasting color combinations for the exterior and interior.

The Black and White Editions offer a personalized design with a black body with white detailing, or a white body with black detailing, as well as white detailing inside the car.

The Ford Ka Black and White Editions are based on Titanium specification and combine Midnight Black with Crystal White body colors and contrasting roof and mirror caps, as well as alloy wheels with inserts. Customers can also specify an optional roof spoiler and Electronic Automatic Temperature Control.

The interior gets unique seats in black with Pearl White detailing. The leather steering wheel and handbrake feature white stitching, as do the gear shift gaiter and unique, double-stitched floor mats. The Ka Black and White Editions are offered with the 1.2-liter Duratec petrol engine.

The Ford Fiesta Black and White Editions are available both in three- and five-door configurations in Trend specification and offer Panther Black or Frozen White body, roof and mirrors in contrasting colors, standard 15-inch black alloy wheels with white wheel inserts and SYNC connectivity.

The interior features white stitching for the seat trims, leather steering wheel, floor mats, and handbrake gaiter and leather handle. The steering wheel spokes are white, as are the gear lever surround and door grab handles.

Engine options for the Fiesta Black and White Editions include the 1.0-liter EcoBoost, 1.25- and 1.4-liter Duratec petrols, as well as 1.5- and 1.6-liter TDCi diesels.

FORD KA BLACK AND WHITE EDITIONS

FORD FIESTA BLACK AND WHITE EDITIONS

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