Ford's Ka Grand Prix III sits at the top of the model line-up, and enhances the popular supermini with a host of sports details. Agile and energetic performance remains in bundles, making the compact a capable and clean urban traveller.
Separating the Grand Prix III from its siblings is a unique cabin design that reflects the car's motorsport name. The supportive seats get a Lily Red vinyl cloth that is both soft to the touch and hard-wearing. Red detailing has been stitched across the upholstery, and the same feature can be seen across the steering wheel and gear lever housing.
The vehicle perfectly encapsulates Ford's latest design approach, and it stands out on the road with vibrant headlamps that sweep towards the roofline. Alloy wheels are joined by circular front fog lamps, which flank a large air intake that stretches across the nose to cool the engine. The curved roofline ends at a large rear spoiler, and below this the taillights wrap around to the wings. Choose from Flame Red or Midnight Black metallic paint for a bold or chic overall finish.
On the doors and dash, the dark matt finish mouldings are complemented by classy gloss inlays, upping the vehicle's elegance further. Control of audio and telephony functions is safe using steering wheel-mounted buttons, and all other controls are easily reached on the simple centre console.
Under the bonnet, Ford has fitted a responsive 68bhp 1.2-litre Duratec petrol engine which marries with a smooth five-speed manual gearbox. The transmission contributes to low CO2 emissions of just 115g/km, and fuel economy is just as rewarding at 57.7mpg combined. Such impressive figures mean the Ka qualifies for a low road tax bracket, and its low consumption brings running costs down significantly.
This special Ka model can be explored in greater detail with the help of Peoples in Scotland, Liverpool and Accrington. Contact your nearest dealership to make an enquiry and book a test drive soon. You can also explore the manufacturer's other superb passenger cars by clicking through the new car pages.