Ford's highly entertaining Fiesta ST hatchback shows off even more power and handling smarts at the Geneva Motor Show.
Ford's Fiesta ST is one of the most entertaining driver's cars at any price -- even with front-wheel drive.
Under the ST200's stubby hood is a 1.6-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine.
The ST200's aerodynamics appear unchanged from the standard Fiesta ST.
In America, if you want a Fiesta ST, you'll have to accept four doors.
Ford's Fiesta ST has sold 30,000 units in Europe.
The Fiesta ST doesn't just rely on special badging to visually separate it from lesser Fiestas.
A closeup of the Fiesta's high-mounted taillights.
Fiesta ST200 auxiliary driving lamps.
My, what a big mouth you have, Fiesta ST200.
The Fiesta ST has a more assertive-sounding exhaust setup.
Since it's still a hatchback, the ST has real practicality to go along with its sporty demeanor.
Throwing-star-like five-spoke alloys look great, but could be susceptible to curb rash.
This spoiler not only helps keep the rear end planted, it also helps keep the rear window clean.
Recaro seats are a costly but worthwhile option on US Fiesta ST models.
A six-speed manual is sole transmission available on the ST200.
There's brash badging inside the car in case you forget you're in a special model.
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