The model roundup for the European model season continues!
In this round up we look at the best models in each country, which is what you can expect to see for your favourite European brands and their most successful models.
In our round up, the top five models are the BMW 6 Series, Ford Fiesta, Ford Focus, Hyundai Santa Fe and Renault Clio, as well as the Renault Astra, Volvo S90 and Porsche Panamera.
As usual, we’re highlighting the models we think are most interesting for the next season, which means the best, most innovative models are listed in alphabetical order.
The model list also contains a round up of models with some pretty unique styling, such as the BMW M3, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG and Nissan Leaf.
If you’re a petrolhead, check out our petrol cars list too.
We’re not looking to be too technical here, so let’s take a look at some of the models that are new to our series, such the Ford Fiesta and Ford Fiesta ST.
The Ford Fiesta has been a big hit in Europe since its launch in 2017.
The first model to come to the US was the Fiesta ST, and in 2018, Ford started to bring the Fiesta to other markets, including Germany, the UK and Australia.
The new Fiesta ST starts at $30,000 and comes with a range of all-wheel drive, rear-wheel-drive, all-terrain tyres, electric power windows, a seven-seater interior, LED headlamps, heated front seats and a front-facing stereo.
Ford’s Fiesta ST has been one of the hottest cars on the road.
Photo: Ford Fiesta / Ford’s website While it might not have the biggest range, the Fiesta is a great vehicle to pick up if you’re looking for a budget car with a big battery and decent value.
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a Ford Fiesta that has all the latest tech and is ready for the big time.
The 2018 Fiesta is packed with everything you need for the road: a front air suspension, rear axle-actuated brakes, front and rear parking sensors, a fully-electric drivetrain, six-speaker audio, a rear-mounted air suspension and a 10.3-inch touchscreen.
The 2018 Fiesta comes standard with a 12-speech driver assistant system, which also includes a seven.1-inch stereo.
In addition, Ford says the 2018 Fiesta ST will get more technology, including Ford’s latest self-driving technology, Ford Vision, in 2018.
With all of these technology features, the 2018 Ford Fiesta is going to have a great driving experience, and we expect it to be a hit.
In terms of styling, the 2017 Ford Fiesta GT is the new standard in Europe, but the 2017 Fiesta GT has also seen a lot of changes, which makes it a much more interesting car to drive.
The 2017 Fiesta is still the same great car with all of its premium features, but it’s a bit more of a step up from the 2017 version, thanks to its electric powertrain and the 2018 model’s wider and more aggressive stance.
For a lot more info on the 2018 and future Ford Fiesta models, head on over to our 2019 Ford Fiesta range overview.