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Ford Fiesta ST spy shot - Click above for high-res image gallery

Our sneaky spy shooters have once again trained their lenses on the upcoming Ford Fiesta ST testing at the 'Ring, only this time, the culprit was caught in a full five-door suit instead of the three-door hatch spied before.

Besides the additional bodystyle, the new hatch is sporting a new set of wheels that should be the standard hoops fitted to the Fiesta ST when it makes its official debut in late 2011. We also note some alterations to the fascia - instead of the large round lamps at the bottom corners, the ST prototype is wearing the same shapely chrome units as the standard Fiesta and a deeper chin spoiler with some camo-obscured ducting. Out back, the rear bumper's aero bits also seem to be reworked.

According to the latest rumors, a 1.6-liter EcoBoost inline-four is mounted under the hood, routing 180 horsepower to the front wheels. If we were betting men, we'd wager this mule was caught without all its ST-spec clothes on. Have a look for yourself in the included image gallery.Ford Fiesta ST drops some clothing on the Nürburgring originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 17 Jun 2011 16:01:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.



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OOO ... I have goosebumps.

I still think it would be nice to have one with 2 doors ... but eh. All good.

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I always loved that the new civic SI could be had in a four door. Some of us that haul kids still like to drive :)
 

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Good point ... my step kiddo doesn't mind having to hop into the back seat through the passenger door in the SVTF ... but when having little ones ... yeah, it is best to have 4 doors.

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Oh, now that mine are teens its easier, its when they are infants and you have to make the child safety seat fit by crawling over the seat its a bear... We had a 2 door when our first kid was born. That got old QUICK...thus the wonder of the focus wagon :)
 

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I see. Well the wife and I have the EDGE for any of those instances ... (watch over her neices and nephews ... ages 2-6 ... and about 2-4 of them)

So, for me the little Fiesta will be yet another fun ride ... for mainly ... me. [;)]

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