Ford Europe's sales in Europe continue to fall on its competitors, including Renault's Twingo and the Greater and Smaller Sandro.
Indeed, poor market performance is not the only reason for such a solution. Removing the CA from the Ford model range will require the company to improve the average emission data in Europe. To this end, the American manufacturer began to impose hybrid models in its range.
Currently, Ford does not officially approve the information, but according to acquaintances, the Ka brand brand range will be taken from a less-equipped Fiesta version and will therefore be available at a lower price.
The upgraded Ford Ka comes with a choice of two engines – a 1.2 liter gasoline engine with 69 hp and 102 nm, and a 1.3-liter diesel developing 75 cc and 145 nm. The company estimates that the modernization of both engines is too expensive and it is much more appropriate for the model to simply be stopped production.