Now that you pretty much know what to expect from the all-new Ford Fiesta, it’s time to start imagining it with a much bigger boot.
If you want to get technical, hatchbacks are considered more practical than saloons on an everyday basis, though the latter do offer more space in the boot in terms of volume.
Another appeal that saloons tend to have is that they’re generally seen as being more elegant, although since the Fiesta is a supermini whichever way you look at it, chances are you’re not going to find a lot of stylish design elements regardless how hard you look.
Still, it’s possible we’ll see a sedan version of the all-new Fiesta hit select markets such as North and South America, parts of Asia and even Russia, though at this point we can only assume it might end up looking a lot like this rendering from Theophilus Chin.
He clearly used the front spoiler from the new Fiesta Active while also ditching the honeycomb grille in favor of a simpler design with horizontal lines like with the older version.
As for the rear, you’ve got longer and sleeker taillights as opposed to the older bulkier ones, which might work fine with the Fiesta’s new-ish design.