Ford has announced that it will end production of the Fiesta worldwide by the end of June 2023, ending the model that has been around since 1976. So the seventh generation Fiesta, which was introduced in 2016 and updated last year, will be the last one that customers can buy.
The Blue Oval said earlier this year that it would launch a number of electric vehicles (EVs) in Europe, and it is understood that the electric version of the Puma will be an indirect replacement for the Fiesta.
At the launch of the Fiesta, Ford released a video paying tribute to the icon. It shows a grandfather with a classic Fiesta reading his grandson a bedtime story about the supermini, which is described as the people’s car.
At the end of the video, a Puma electric car with a charger can be seen behind a garage door, before revealing the automaker’s upcoming lineup, which includes the Mustang Mach-E, as well as two unknown sports and midsize vehicles. -size crossovers.
According to Automotive news, future crossovers will be based on the Volkswagen MEB platform and will be manufactured at the German automaker’s plant in Cologne. The two companies previously worked together on the new Ranger and Amarok pickups as part of an expanded partnership announced in 2019.