The new Ford Ka celebrates its first birthday with a revised model line-up, including new Individual variants.
The updated Ford Ka line-up continues with the existing engines - 1.2-litre petrol (69PS) and 1.3-litre diesel (75PS) - and realigned models: Studio, Edge, Zetec and the all-new Titanium.
The Ford Ka Studio adds rear head restraints to the standard specification. The Ford Ka Edge replaces Style and includes air conditioning as standard. The Ford Ka Zetec gains a flexible accessory holder and leather steering wheel as standard. The top-of-the range Ford Ka Titanium includes the following features over Zetec: 16in alloys, advanced music pack, chrome handles, tailgate handle and tailpipe and Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (EATC). The advanced music pack includes uprated speakers, amplifier and 100w subwoofer.
Four new Individual variants replace the previous option packs, based on the Zetec specification. The Ford Ka Grand Prix includes 16in seven-spoke alloys, rear spoiler, chrome exhaust pipe and a bespoke Grand Prix interior/exterior. The Ford Ka Digital also includes 16in seven-spoke alloys and a chrome exhaust pipe with a unique Digital interior/exterior.
The Ford Ka Tattoo includes the same Digital features with added door and tailgate handles, scuff plates and Tattoo interior (cloth) and exterior. The Ford Ka Tattoo Premium combines the standard Tattoo features with a leather interior.
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