Spied – Ford Ka hatchback (next gen Ford Figo) testing in Brazil with less camouflage

Posted on: Mar 19, 2014 - 8:38pm IST

The new Ford Ka hatchback has been caught testing in Brazil. The global model has been spotted with loose camouflage.

Ford Ka hatchback side spyshot

Readers of NoticiasAutomotivas have sent in images of the car being tested on two different occasions.

The site also speculates that the hatchback will get the EcoBoost 1.0-liter 3-cylinder engine along with the 1.5-liter engines, setting the car’s price between R$ 31,000 (Rs 8.1 Lakh) and R$ 40,000 (Rs 10.47 lakh) in Brazil.

Ford Ka hatchback side profile spyshot

The images clearly show that the Ka gets the Aston Martin grille, along with a rear roof spoiler. It doesn’t seem to carry too many changes compared to the concept that was shown last November in Brazil, the taillight cluster remains true to the concept as well.

Ford Ka hatchback rear spyshot

As for the alloys, both models spied carry different alloy wheels – one bearing resemblance to that on an EcoSport – and both of them are different from that used in the concept.

Ford Ka hatchback left spyshot

Notably, the hatchback is one of the several Ford products that will be launched in India within the next two years. However, the car has never been seen in India, either officially or testing, and Ford had showcased the Ka-based Figo Sedan Concept at the Auto Expo 2014. Hence we expect this to be launched before the hatchback, though a concurrent introduction can also be not ruled out.

[Source – NoticiasAutomotivas]

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One thought on “Spied – Ford Ka hatchback (next gen Ford Figo) testing in Brazil with less camouflage

  1. sandeep says:

    I hope they called it also Ford Ka in India and and re-position the Figo as Figo Classic as a cheaper alternative

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