All the 2018 Ford Fiesta information that currently exists applies only to the European model.

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The US will likely miss several major chunks of the 2018 Fiesta lineup, like the ultra-posh Vignale trim and the available diesel engine.

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There's also a new Active trim, which lifts the Fiesta up like a crossover and is just all-around stupid, if you ask me.

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However, it's likely that the physical changes will come to the US without too many alterations.

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There's a whole bunch of new tech tucked away inside the 2018 Fiesta.

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New driver assistance tech includes traffic sign recognition and an automatic parking system that brakes the car if the driver doesn't notice a fender bender in the making.

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The interior is way fresher than before, sporting a new "floating" screen that clears up the formerly clunky dashboard.

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In general, from the switchgear to the trim, the interior is far less cheap-looking than before.

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