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Ford Ka+ White And Black Editions Planned For Launch This Year

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Special White and Black Editions of the new Ford Ka+ subcompact are planned to launch later this year, according to website The News Wheel. As with similar color editions of the B-MAX, Fiesta Zetec, and other models, the Ford Ka+ White and Black Editions will receive unique aesthetic touches to set them apart from non-edition cars.

The Ford Ka+ White Edition and Black Edition will both ship with the more-potent, 85-horsepower version of the Ka+’s 1.2-liter Duratec engine. Both color-edition models will ride on 15-inch alloy wheels, with contrast-painted roofs and wing mirrors lending each a sharp, distinctive appearance immediately discernible from the standard car. Otherwise, they’ll be essentially similar to the Zetec trim-level Ford Ka+, offering the same manual air-conditioning, Ford SYNC infotainment, leather-wrapped steering wheel, cruise control, and more as standard.

Pricing for the Ford Ka+ White and Black Editions is not yet known, but the Zetec-trim model on which they’re based starts at £9,995 in the UK. Stay tuned for more.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

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