For the first time, the Figo will be available in two body styles: the familiar five-door hatchback, and the new four-door sedan. Although the full line-up will be confirmed closer to launch, the range will be broader compared to the current Figo due to the addition of more derivatives and specification levels (and the option of the hatch and sedan body styles).
Both petrol and diesel models will be available, offering impressive fuel economy, power and torque. Customers will also have the choice of automatic or manual transmissions. The eye-catching styling is emphasised by the trapezoidal grille, complemented by a raked bonnet and bold, elongated headlamps.
Sweeping, curved lines flowing from the front to the rear create a sense of movement. The five-door hatch incorporates a rising roofline with a sporty spoiler and neat tailgate accentuated by two distinct crease lines. The sedan version echoes the theme and adds improved loading capacity.
The interior is also completely new, with an attractive design that provides high levels of comfort and space, complemented with impressive quality and attention to detail.
Innovative smart features that will impress tech-savvy buyers include (depending on model) a new device-docking station that serves as the driver’s connection point to the world of mobility, Bluetooth with voice activation, the programmable MyKey function, as well as electronic automatic temperature control.
Safety is also a top priority, with a minimum of dual front airbags, extending to full-length side airbags. This is backed up by ABS brakes across the range, plus an electronic stability programme with Hill Launch Assist on the top derivatives.