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Fiesta customers aren’t limited at choosing from exterior colors or interior combinations only anymore, as Ford announced today the availability of a range of new personalized options for its small car star. Items such as custom accessories, body kits, Fiesta tattoos and graphics are also aimed at enabling owners to add their own personal touch.

Interior creative products include an illuminated gear indicator shift knob that comes with a digital gear display, as well as illuminated door sill plates with a LED Fiesta logo. Moreover, an interior light kit that includes one LED-generated light in the cup holder area and a light bar in the footwells comes with seven colors the owner can choose from.

Exterior touches include a rear roof spoiler exclusive to the hatchback that matches Fiesta colors. There is also a four-piece, race-inspired body kit that comes with a front air dam, side skirts and a rear valance. There is even a kayak carrier, a bike carrier and a roof rack to help transport gear. An armrest with a generous storage bin is also available, and folds up between the seats for convenience.

The highlights in the range, however, are the body-side tattoo graphics available in black or silver, which are made of heavy-duty, weather-resistant vinyl. Body graphics are also available, with more than 18 designs in several different colors, and include a cityscape, bubbles, flames and even ninja blades to choose from.

The accessories ordered the most include items such as:
  • Interior protection package, which comes with all-weather floor mats and a rear cargo area protector
  • Exterior protection package, which includes splash guards and a rear bumper protector
  • Illuminated interior accessory package, with illuminated front door sill plates and shift knob

“Each of the accessories adds a unique flavor to Fiesta, and everybody agrees they can find an accessory or graphic that matches their personality,” Sam De La Garza, Fiesta brand manager, said in a release.

The Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) is anticipating the automotive aftermarket and accessories business to generate more than $27 billion this year.