A city car doesn't have to be a dull piece of metal that sucks the life out of you.
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It'll also have an "electronic sound enhancer" and an active exhaust valve.
The baby hot-hatch won't get a big power boost, but it could get a turbo three-cylinder and selectable drive modes.
Ford's got more details on its baby hatch to share later, but for now, we get a picture.
Even with a long list of aftermarket parts, this big turbo Fiesta is still a blast to drive in the canyons.
If you love the Fiesta but aren't sure about the power, Mountune's got you covered.
Ford's tiny EcoBoost turbo three-cylinder could find its way into the Blue Oval's teensiest hot hatchback.
How do you like your cheap speed? Rear-wheel-drive and two seats, or front-wheel-drive and a big hatch?