Ford has announced a number of revisions to its current range, including the addition of the trendy Ka Black Zetec and Ka White Zetec.
The Ford Ka Black and Ka White live up to their names by having a Midnight Black and Crystal White paintjob, respectively, as well as an optional body-coloured roof spoiler and black five-spoke 16-inch wheels as standard.
Both cars feature black seats with white detailing. White stitching can be found on the black leather steering wheel, handbrake and floor mats, while the steering wheel spokes, centre console, door grab handles and air-vent surrounds are in Pearl White.
The Ford Ka Black and Ka White feature a 1.2-litre Duratec petrol, which can achieve a claimed 57.6mpg and 82g/km of CO2 emissions, making them exempt from road tax. Both start from £10,995 and are available now.
Ford has also improved the standard equipment of the top-spec Ka Titanium, which now comes with leather trim with heated front seats, a panoramic roof, rear parking sensors, side and curtain airbags, new 16-inch alloy wheels and a black painted grille. A unique ‘Grey Matter’ paintjob is now available.
The Fiesta has also undergone some revisions, including the availability of the EcoBoost in its 140PS power output being made available on the Zetec S. 17-inch alloys borrowed from the Fiesta Black and Red editions, meanwhile, are standard.
LED daytime running lights are now standard on the Style and above, while a DAB digital radio is available as a free option on the Zetec S. There are also two new paintjobs, Candy Red and a ‘sparkling grey metallic’ known as Magnetic.
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