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Ford Saetta

Ford Saetta

Ford Saetta interior
Make Ford
Model Saetta
Concept year 1996
Production year 1996 (Ford Ka)
Engine 1.3 litre 4-cylinder

The Ford Saetta concept which was introduced at the 1996 Turin Motor Show was a preview of the upcoming first generation Ford Ka.

The Saetta shared many styling cues with the 1995 Ford GT90 supercar concept, even though fundamentally the two cars are so different in character and performance.

Styled by Ford's Turin-based Ghia design studio, the Saetta was a bold design which featured sharp angles and was the epitome of Ford's new 'edge design'. The controversial design of the concept was intended to help ease the public into Ford's new design philosophy before the production Ford Ka was revealed.

Based on a Ford Fiesta platform the Saetta concept featured a two-seat layout, FWD and a 1.3 litre 4-cylinder engine.

The interior of the Ford Saetta featured striking blue and silver trim and sharp angles and lines which were a reflection of the exterior design.

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