Ford has confirmed the introduction of a new Hall effect driver unit on the next generation Fiesta, and it will come with a new set of wheels.
Hall effect sensors are a technology that allows drivers to detect a car’s acceleration and braking, and they’ve been used on some cars like the Ford Focus and Focus RS, but they’ve never been used in a racecar before.
The sensors work by capturing a car from its centre of gravity and tracking it down to its center of mass.
This allows the car to move and adjust its centre-of-mass based on the driver’s position, and can be used to improve control.
The sensors have been used for years in Formula 1 and F1 racing, and we can expect that to be the case on the Fiesta.
In the US, they are used in the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord and Ford Fusion, but Ford has yet to reveal details of the technology for the Fiesta, which is set to be announced at the Detroit auto show next month.
The Fiesta will feature a new pair of wheels that will be produced by Michelin Sport Technology, which has previously been used to make Michelin tyres in its Formula 1 cars.
Michelin is also producing the sensors used on the F1 cars, so the Fiesta should be able to have a much better grip than the existing rubber on the Focus and RS.
The new set will also be lighter than the previous set, and Ford said that the Fiesta will have a total weight of just over 20kg, with the centre of mass being just under 6mm off the ground.
There will be three front wheels, three rear wheels, and three front tyres in the new set, as well as a second front tyre and rear tyre.
The Fiesta will be available in two different versions: a standard, which comes standard with the new sensors, and a Sport Package which will offer more aggressive handling.
The new set is expected to come in a range of colours and finishes.