Loder1899 Designs a New Body Kit for the Ford Fiesta

Loder1899's Ford FiestaLoder1899's Ford Fiesta
The German tuner Loder1899 released a body kit for the new Ford Fiesta, in line with tuner's wide variety of body styling and performance kits for Ford's European range. The body kit released by Loder1899 is meant to upgrade the look of the new Fiesta, from an ordinary hatchback, to a stylish looking sports car, at an affordable price.

The new styling body kit comes with a redesigned front bumper, side skirts, a new, sport stainless-steel exhaust system, and a rear apron with an integrated diffuser. A -35mm lowering kit is also available. Loder1899 replaced the basic tires with a set of 17-inch alloy wheels in 205/40 R17 tires and another of 18-inch alloy wheels in 215/35 R18 tires.

In collaboration with Ford, Loder1899 successfully facelifted many of the manufacturer's products, such as the Ford Focus ST, the Ford Mondeo, or the Ford Kuga. Ford also collaborated with Montune Performance, in creating an aftermarket performance pack for the new Fiesta, a power pack that upgraded the engine's power with 20% more than the standard engine. Unfortunately this power pack will only be available at a limited number of dealerships in the United Kingdom.

In 1899 Josef Loder, the founder of Loder1899, opened a small fixing garage for bicycles and engines in Odelzhausen, close to Munich. The Loder familly's fascination for automobiles resulted in over 100 years of success. Loder1899 is currently a subsidiary of Delta Geländesport und Zubehörs Handels. For over more than 25 years, Delta has been one of the most renowned offroad and SUV accessories and equipment manufacturer in Europe.

With their currently products and the support of these companies, Loder1899's target is to design top grade equipment and accessories for Ford Motor Company vehicles.
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