Welcome to the Future Ford vehicles section of our website, where you can discover news and features about upcoming cars from the marque.
Ford is constantly looking at ways to evolve its automobiles, from exterior and interior design and improved safety and security to fuel efficiency and lower emissions. To that end, the company invests a lot of capital into research and development; creating new technologies that will ultimately benefit Ford motorists.
The American automobile manufacturer has a couple of vehicles on its upcoming release slate, including the next-generation Ford Fiesta, Mustang and the all-new GT.
The Fiesta has been a staple of British motoring for more than 40 years and is about to enter its seventh, most exciting iteration in 2017. The latest version will be even better to drive – and quieter too – and provide greater levels of comfort. It will also deliver more interior space than ever before. The next-generation Fiesta comes in seven trim levels and three- and five-door body styles – and there are also six engine options to choose from. What’s more, the car is longer and wider than before, resulting in more passenger space.
As well as the standard model, a super-stylish ST variant is on its way, which, thanks to a 2.0-litre 247bhp engine, delivers 0-60mph in approximately 6.4 seconds.
The all-new GT, meanwhile, is the supercar addition to the Ford range. Taking its name from the celebrated GT40 of the 1960s, this new incarnation wears its performance car looks proudly and is powered by a 3.5-litre twin-turbocharged engine. This V6 unit puts out 638bhp and, in combination with a lightweight carbon fibre and aluminium build, is capable of an incredible 216mph.
Please read on to learn more about each of these exciting new Ford cars. If you have any questions about either the next-generation Fiesta or the all-new GT, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us online. Alternatively, please feel free to phone or visit your nearest Gates Ford dealership in Essex and Hertfordshire, each open daily.