Ford is set to return the Fiesta GT in 2018 with a new generation.
The brand is planning to introduce the GT-R, which is also expected to be a successor to the Fiesta ST.
Ford is already in talks with Audi about a possible crossover car.
A car based on the Ford GT is already under development in Europe.
The GT-Rs powertrain is already being used in Ford Focus STs, but it was unclear whether the same engine would be used in the Fiesta.
The Fiesta GT will feature an electric motor and an electric drivetrain.
It will also feature the latest aerodynamics, including an all-wheel-drive system, with a front wing that wraps around the rear of the car.
The front wing will also be replaced by a wing that uses two lightweight, lightweight air ducts that fold out to make the car lighter and more aerodynamic.
A new front spoiler will be added.
The 2017 Ford Focus will get the latest technology and features including Ford’s Connected Drive technology, the company’s “active suspension” technology and Ford’s all-new Active Brake Assist system.
The all-digital system will be integrated into the steering wheel and will allow the driver to “see” how fast the car is going by using the “Autonomous Steering” function.
Ford also unveiled a new 2018 Ford Focus RS at the New York Auto Show earlier this year.
The RS will get a new electric motor with a range of 300 miles and the new Active Brakes system that is a new feature for the RS.
It is expected to get the all-electric powertrain.
The new RS will also receive a new front grille and the front fascia.
The 2018 Ford Fiesta will be sold in Europe, but not in North America.
The 2019 Ford Fiesta ST will be available in the United States and Canada.
It may not get the active suspension, but the 2019 Ford Focus is expected with a powertrain that can reach 350 hp.
The car is also due to be sold on US shores.
Ford’s 2017 Fiesta GT was sold to a Spanish dealer in 2018.
The previous model, the Fiesta RS, was also built at the company in Spain.