Mark, we both know that is a EU spec Fiesta with some Mountune aftermarket parts. There is no doubt that the EU Fiesta is far from boring, with offerings from Mountune, a three door hatch, and an awesome looking aero package. Oh, they also have the "Individual" package with its two-tone seats and interior bits. Even the EU Fiesta right out of the box is a blast to drive and is in no way boring. The US car will still be fun to drive, I am just not sure what it will look like. From those who have seen both versions indicate the US car will be as good looking, so that is great news.
I did see a yellow Fiesta and it did look good, but without a yellow dash. White, black, dark silver, or Sonic Blue are the only colors I would want for my own car. I do like the Magenta, but it I want another white car.
I just don't see why Ford would bring THAT car over, slap a USA "Ford Drive One" sticker on it, and put it in the hands of the public to enjoy if they didn't intend to give us something very, very similar. Right? That was my point... I saw this as a positive sign of possible Ford intentions.
I'm thinking back to when Sam eluded to the US getting MORE than the Euro Fiesta...